Do you find yourself thinking that there’s got to be more to life than this?
Your life is riddled with work, school, long commutes, social media posts, Netflix, too many emails, and the occasional meet up with friends. You feel overwhelmed, bogged down, helpless, and struggle to manage life and your relationships.
You want—no, you DESERVE some relief. You long for deeper connections. You want the partner of your dreams. You want purpose, meaningful conversations, a career you are passionate about, and to just be—happy.
Dealing with everyday challenges can wreak havoc on your body in a variety of ways. Learning how to manage your reactions while bringing awareness to your deepest desires and truths can help you uncover what truly matters to you.
Whether you are having fears around finding a life partner, struggling with overwhelming anxiety or depression, or need support managing a difficult transition in your life, I can help.
How somatic Psychotherapy can help
Understanding how your patterns and habits formed can be helpful. While therapy can act as a safe haven to vent and download, it can also be a supportive environment to uncover your most valuable truths and lead you to moments of great clarity. Somatic psychotherapy can help by bringing a deeper awareness to your patterns and core beliefs that dictate the way you act and react in the world. If this is important to you, I invite you to call me today to discuss how I can support you.
I offer somatic psychotherapy for those who might need support in any of the following areas:
Managing life transitions
Overcoming anxiety and worry
Working through feelings of depression and hopelessness
Coping with grief and loss
Healing from trauma and PTSD
Overcoming shame and guilt
Building self-esteem and confidence
Healing childhood traumas
Living with chronic pain and stress-related illnesses
Managing fertility challenges
Womxn of color and multicultural issues
If you're seeking a life of fulfillment, contact me today to see how I can support you.
I welcome the diversity of all ethnic backgrounds, religious beliefs, family configurations, sexual orientations, and gender identities. As a multicultural, mixed-race (African American and Japanese) therapist, I strive to provide a supportive and non-judgmental space for healing, transformation, and growth for all.