I’m here to support you through all of these challenges.
Gaining confidence: If you have low self-esteem, you might be more susceptible to higher stress levels at work. Building confidence can be an invaluable part of your therapy work, and it will help you both professionally and personally.
Integrating feedback: Do you struggle with taking constructive criticism? Do you hate when your boss wants to have a word with you? This often comes from a place of perfectionism or heightened anxiety. Therapy can help you change how you perceive these difficult moments.
Honing in on your strengths: You won't master everything in the workplace, but learning how to channel your attributes often helps reduce stress. It also can help you feel more inspired and creative in your daily tasks.
Building leadership confidence: Even if you’re skilled at what you do, many business owners struggle with delegating, setting boundaries, and managing a team. Therapy can strengthen these invaluable interpersonal skills.
Our therapy goals may include:
Learning when to turn work "off": If you're always in work mode, it's hard to enjoy your relationships, prioritize your health, or rest and unwind. Therapy can help you identify how and when to emotionally clock out.
Gaining clarity on your business goals: It's important that you feel like you have direction in moving forward with your professional pursuits. If you feel overwhelmed or untethered about your future, our treatment plan might focus on clarifying your vision.
I understand the unrealistic demands many employers have on their employees.
I also recognize that learning to manage stress isn't always as easy as thinking positively or practicing self-care. Feeling good in your career — and at home — often requires tackling anxiety and using healthier coping skills when you feel overwhelmed. It sometimes also means processing traumatic events that might be keeping you stuck.
I am here to support you in feeling more fulfilled both at work and in life!