There are many reasons for visiting a seasoned, professional therapist. The range spans from coaching for issues with a teen, employee or a c-suite member to working through marital or couples’ issues and psychotherapy to heal a life crisis.
For example, if you’ve ever suffered from abuse that has left you with emotional trauma, you know that the effects could be devastating. Here’s a partial list of common traumatic events:
Discovering a spouse’s infidelity;
Witnessing or receiving emotional abuse;
Enduring conflict with family as a child or adult;
Loss of a loved one or job;
Being the object of bullying;
Having a parent, child or children abuse drugs.
Any of these events can have long-term effects. They can affect your capacity to trust, your motivation to work and even your ability to fully live your life.
In my 30+ years as a psychotherapist, I have helped countless individuals and couples work through emotional pain to find healing. Rather than being incapacitated by the pain, they have learned to harness its effects to mend relationships, find purpose and create joy in their lives. I can help you do the same.
Like the physical healing that follows an injury, healing from emotional pain requires work. I’ll give you assignments – perhaps books to read, journal entries to write, topics to consider or actions to take – to make the most of our time apart.
Here, you have found a therapist with the knowledge and experience to guide you. Your future is too precious for anything less.
We are located in a small office complex less than 1/2 mile north of I-285, Roswell Rd, Exit #25. We are convenient to Buckhead, Sandy Springs, Vinings, Dunwoody, Roswell, Alpharetta, John’s Creek and East Cobb. Parking is right at our door and free.
Give me a call today or click “Contact Me” and fill out the form. I’ll get back with you, and we can set up a time for your first appointment.