You’re enjoying success and then suddenly life takes a turn. You’ve lost your edge and now you’re wondering how to get it back. You may be excelling at your job but feel that something is missing and you can’t put your finger on it. You have friends and family but feel a lack of connection. You’re a high performer, but your thoughts are keeping you from reaching peak level.
Being knocked off course wasn’t your plan…so now what? Life is moving along, but you find yourself questioning whether the status quo is enough. You don’t merely want to sleepwalk through life. You want to THRIVE, rediscover your inner brilliance, and live life on your own terms - whatever that may look like for you - and have some fun along the way!
You are thinking about talking with a psychologist but wonder if you should make the call.
Yes you should…because it can change your life!
Adults – Ages 18 and up.
Motivated Adolescents (ages 13-17)
How do we define “motivated?” Adolescents who are interested in talking with a therapist and have a genuine desire to be in therapy.
Free initial consultation
It’s important for you to feel like you’re making the best choice in finding a psychologist. According to research, having a good fit with your psychologist is one of the most important predictors for having a successful outcome. This is why we offer free 15-30 minute initial consultative chats by phone, secure video conferencing, or in person. No deep dives into your psyche--just an opportunity for us to decide together if booking a session is the best next step. You won’t be considered a client of the practice until you book a formal session so no pressure for commitment.
We see clients for a wide variety of concerns. Here are some common themes that typically emerge in individual therapy sessions:
- Understanding the mind-body connection and its application
- Building confidence
- The everyday difficulties that hold you back
- Self-esteem and being hard on yourself
- Managing emotions
- Anxiety, worry and stress
- Body image concerns
- Life transitions: school, career, moving, marriage, becoming a new parent etc.
- Work/life balance
- Mindfulness and learning to live in the moment
- Emotional effects of Lyme disease
- Difficult family relationships and boundary setting
- Healing from painful relationships
- Depressed mood
- Getting clarity to make major life decisions
- Public speaking anxiety
- FOMO, relationships, and social media
Performance Psychology/Coaching Sessions
Performance psychology is a facet of psychology that focuses on building mental and emotional resilience to enhance performance. This can be applied to a variety of areas such as sports, the business/executive arena, public speaking, school performance, military populations, competitive musician/dance, and any other arena where optimal performance is required under pressure. It focuses on achieving optimal performance and maximizing mental, physical and emotional health by applying psychological principles to facilitate peak performance, enhance physical ability and advance mental resiliency.