Are you a worrywart? Yes, I have to say I’m a worrier. But when I looked up the definition of “worrywart,” I thought to myself, “No
I provide individualized coaching and counseling services to individuals who want to improve the quality of their lives. I focus on relationship patterns, codependency, self-esteem, interpersonal conflicts, goal-setting and substance abuse. This process is done within a framework of support, encouragement, caring confrontation, accountability and the belief “that all persons are truly greater than they think they are.”
All of us face struggles in our lives. When we feel stuck we have a tendency to repeat patterns and behaviors. I help you to understand what they are and how to put these pieces of the puzzle together so that you can make the changes you want in your life. I believe that all aspects of our lives are inter-connected; if we are stressed in one area, it negatively affects our overall balance. The trick is to address these stressors while being true to ourselves.
We create balance by looking inside ourselves and assessing our individual attitudes, values and beliefs regarding our emotions, spirituality, work, family and social relationships. Through this process we establish support and boundaries thus enhancing the life we want to live and creating the happiness we so much desire for ourselves and others.