I am a Boulder therapist who offers authentic, direct relief for couples, adults and teens suffering from depression, anxiety and relationship issues. I can help you feel connected, confident, and able to manage everything that comes your way.
Are you struggling?
Are you wondering where to turn, or wondering if anything can really help?
Have you tried therapy before, and wondering if it was helpful?
You may have been thinking about this for some time, or you’re up in the middle of the night telling yourself that it’s time… something has to change. If you’re thinking that you need to figure this out on your own, or you’re not sure where to turn for help, keep reading.
It’s entirely possible for you to have the life you want. It’s possible for you to feel satisfied, to be able to manage your feelings without drowning in overwhelm every day, and to have relationships that are meaningful.
I’ll admit it: I hate asking for help. I hate feeling like there are no more doorways for me to open; all that’s left is a dead end, and the only way to find my way out is to ask someone for directions. It took me a long time to learn that life wasn’t meant to be lived alone; that getting help was the first step towards living more fully. It took me an even longer time to understand that opening myself up to this help was an act of courage. I believe this is true for you, too. Until you take the first step towards improving your life, you’re letting chance have the upper hand with your future.
Choosing the right Boulder therapist for you is important.
Maybe you’ve tried therapy before, and found it unhelpful. Maybe there’s a voice inside your head telling you that therapy is only for certain people, and you’re not one of them. I thought similar things before I took the step that changed my life. I would never have predicted how much I was able to gain from getting the help I needed. My clients tell me similar things about what they’ve gained from our work together.
When there are so many therapists to choose from on the Front Range area, finding the right Boulder therapist can feel daunting. And, it’s important that you find the right person to work with. Because of this, I invite you to talk with me for a free, half-hour consult. I offer this either in person or on the phone. I can’t tell you right now if I’m the right person for you, but I can tell you that I’m direct, honest, respectful of who you are and the path you’re on right now, and I love what I do.
Call (303) 587-2427 or email me to start on your path towards something better.