Most of the time we are busy managing our lives, working, going to school, caring for family, and fulfilling various roles. There may not be any space leftover for us to think deeply about who we are and what our needs are. Therapy is a safe and reflective space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings, childhood and family experiences, relationships, career and aspirations.
Curiosity and compassion guide us as we journey into your internal world. Being curious together supports our learning about your beliefs and values, exploration of assumptions you hold, and understanding your emotional makeup. As you become more familiar with your inner life, you may begin to feel expansive and a sense that you have more choice and agency in your life. With greater self-knowledge, you can identify aspects where you can embrace self-acceptance and where you want to create change.
I help adults with the following types of issues:
Acculturation and Experience of Immigration
Anxiety and Panic
Breaking Up with a Partner
Building Self Esteem and Reducing Self Criticism
Communication and Assertiveness
Grief and Loss
Exploring and Defining Identity: Cultural, Racial & Gender Identity
Impact of Oppression and Marginalization
Life Transitions (e.g. going to grad school, getting engaged)
Managing Perfectionism and Imposter Syndrome
Navigating Family Relationships and Expectations
Pandemic Fatigue / "Languishing"
Recognizing Family Dynamics
Self-Actualization and Personal Growth
Understanding Emotions (e.g. sadness, anger, resentment)
Work-Life Balance and Stress