Individual Therapy for Adults

Feeling alone makes life hard.

Things are not the way you thought they should be at this time in your life. You see others progressing while you feel stuck.

Each day, you wake up, put a smile on your face, hide the pain, and struggle in silence.

Thoughts and fears come into your mind daily and stop you from doing what you want.

Living alone with your fears and negative thoughts is not the type of life you want.

How did you get here?

You’ve thought about your situation for some time yet don’t have good answers.

There are many reasons for feeling alone and defeated. Lack of promotion at work, loss of a job, financial situations, conflicts with those close to you, and needing to make an informed decision about the future are some reasons why we feel uncertain and stuck.

How you feel may result from stress in deciding which path to take in the future. Do you take a different and more challenging job? Do you want to move to a new state? Perhaps you want to go back to school?

You’ve tried talking to family and friends and even investigated things yourself, but they haven’t gotten you where you want to be. You know you’re not living up to your potential, and the quiet but persistent voice says you deserve support – the proper support.

Feeling better is a struggle.

Something is not right in your life and needs to change, but you’ve tried to change on your own and failed.

It’s hard to know how to change in a way that reduces the struggles you keep experiencing.

At this point in your life, you feel overwhelmed and frustrated. Maybe hopelessness has seeped into your thinking and is impacting your life.

Maintaining a positive attitude about your self-worth is a struggle. You know that something needs to change but are unsure where to start.

Stop struggling – help is here.

You no longer need to struggle alone because I am here to offer support and guidance. I will give you a listening ear, so you no longer need to struggle in silence.

Therapy is a collaborative process between a therapist and the person in therapy. Effective individual therapy requires mutual trust and a willingness to discuss openly the issues that need resolution. Our shared goals for the therapy are to inspire change or improve quality of life.

People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Therapy can help people overcome obstacles to their well-being and increase positive feelings, such as compassion and self-esteem.

Therapy also involves accountability as we develop ways to overcome barriers to change and make decisions that can keep you moving forward.

Don’t keep struggling in silence. Call me at (352) 615-0144 today for a free phone consultation.