A Safe Place to Share
HEALTHY FREEDOM BEGINS BY HONESTLY ADDRESSING THE PROBLEM
Begin Your Journey To Wellness

RequestLong

Overcome Addiction

An addiction does not just harm you physically but also emotionally. It often makes you cycle from isolation to acting out to guilt and shame. Your addiction can also cause tremendous financial and relationship problems.

Read More

Overcome Shame

While everybody feels shame, most of us don't recognize it in its many forms. We can experience quick, acute shame or chronic shame. We can feel different intensities of shame, the most intense being humiliation.

Read More

Overcome Anxiety

Anxiety is excessive anxiety and worry, occurring more days than not, for at least six months, about a number of events or activities. The anxiety and worry are associated with three or more of the following symptoms:

Read More

Overcome Panic

Panic attacks are characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear, accompanied by physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat, chest pains and difficulties breathing, feeling of chocking, fear of losing control

Read More

Overcome Infidelity

Do you and your partner always fight about the same things and can’t seem to resolve them? Do you cycle back to the same arguments over and over again?

Read More

Overcome Depression

I provide a compassionate, individualized, collaborative, trusting therapy for my clients. I work to help you develop new skills, and strategies that are practical, powerful and proven to help

Read More

Overcome Stress

Almost anything can cause stress in life. Work, family, kids, friends, school, financial, life-changing events are all stressors that can cause a person to develop stress-levels beyond what is normal.

Read More

Overcome Living With An Addict

I specialize in working with family members of addicts. Addiction is considered a “family disease.” For family and friends of the addict, addressing addiction is one of the most difficult aspects in helping that person 

Read More

Overcome Weight Problems

Under eating, over eating, binging, addiction to certain foods such as sugar, salt or fat are all part of food and weight problems. How is food a drug and how does it affect your brain?

Read More