Being a young adult is hard. Not only are you just starting to find your identity, you’re constantly dealing with external forces, whether it’s immense pressure to fit in, high expectations to get into a good college, or a general anxiety about your worth.
The good news is, with the right change in outlook, you can look at these challenges and say “bring it on.” You can be the confident, self-assured person you are.
At A Better You, we’ll show you that your obstacles don’t define you; they are just stepping stones on the way to fulfillment.
More than that, we’ll either work with you as an individual to understand your needs, or together with your family so they’re best equipped to be there for you.
Your future is so ready for you.
There are many reasons for seeking counseling as you navigate young adulthood. Here are some of them:
If any of this is familiar to you, just know you’re not alone. We’ll make sure you recognize your worth, think of yourself with pride, and understand that your family is your solace.
We’ll make sure you know that there’s nothing you can’t do.
My passion for helping others drives my work. I strongly believe that everyone deserves to be happy and find their own passion and fulfillment, individually and collectively. I’ll work closely with you and your family to figure out what treatment will help you all grow and reach your desired goals as a close-knit unit.
Every family is unique. I’m passionate about helping you see what strengths you all possess and bring to the table. When you work with me, we’ll address maladaptive thought patterns so your communication with each other can flourish. We’ll find a treatment approach that fits with you all and will help you unlock your emotional wellbeing.
I bring a unique understanding of peer and relational dynamics, family systems, and community
resources. I am trained in the treatment of crisis, anxiety, depression, self-injurious behaviors, self-esteem issues, eating disorders, gender identity, LGBTQ+, relationship issues, PTSD, and
trauma. I will help you and your family with the treatment approach that works best for you and help reach your desired goals.
With a warm sense of humor and relatable personality, I do not believe that therapy is “one size fits all.” Thus, I tailor my approach to meet clients and families where they are. I view the family as being a complex, unique unit- each presenting with its own needs and goals. I will work to help you identify maladaptive, dysfunctional patterns and find ways to replace them with positive, healthy communication skills that ultimately strengthen the close family unit.