A consultation session may be right for you if:
Do you have specific questions you want answers to?
Are you looking for expert advice, information or guidance related to a specific concern?
Are you looking for help with how to deal with a narcissist who is pushing your buttons in your personal life or at work?
Are you feeling powerless and searching for guidance about how to help a loved one break free from a narcissist or recover from narcissistic abuse?
Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coaching may be right for you if:
Do you want to get unstuck and find answers so you can move forward?
Do you want to learn how to stop your mind from constantly spinning, analyzing, and searching for explanations?
Do you want to find clarity and a proven roadmap forward?
Would you like to stop struggling with cognitive dissonance?
Do you find setting and/or enforcing boundaries challenging?
Would you like support and guidance on how to navigate your toxic divorce or breakup?
Are you desperate for tools and strategies to help you deal with and manage stress, depressive thoughts, and behaviors?
Are you ready to explore and change maladaptive patterns and underlying beliefs, and assumptions?
Do you want to let go of the anger and need for justice?
Do you want to learn how to trust again?
Do you want to feel like yourself again and get back to the person you used to be or an even better version of your old self?
Are you wanting to learn how to protect yourself from falling for another pathological person and understand your unique cluster of personality traits that put you at risk?
Psychotherapy may be right for you if:
Psychotherapy can be helpful in treating most mental health problems, including:
Anxiety (such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, panic disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Mood Disorders (such as bipolar disorder or major depression)
Psychotherapy can help with a number of life's stresses and conflicts that can affect anyone. For example, it may help you:
Resolve conflicts and reconnect with your partner or someone else in your life
Relieve anxiety or stress due to stressful and upsetting life events
Cope with major life changes, such as divorce or the death of a loved one
Learn to manage unhealthy reactions, such as passive-aggressive behavior, people-pleasing,
Sleep better if you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep