Strong men need help too.
Men are raised to be the strong ones, the independent ones, the ones everybody can count on when they need help. Even for the most successful men it can be hard even to recognize when they could use some help themselves -- let alone to find the courage to reach out and ask for it.
While much of my work has focused on women, I have a growing client base of men who have found the tools and modalities I work with helpful in their journey through life.
Getting help doesn't mean you've failed. It doesn't mean you can't handle your problems by yourself. It means you care enough about the people in your life that you want to learn new skills, new ways of responding to your emotions.
Your healing and growth will have a direct impact on every relationship in your life.
Who should reach out?
You're confronting new emotions.
You thought you'd learned to manage to your emotions, but this time
life has thrown you a curveball. Now you're in a part of your journey that you don't have a map for. This is a time for a new kind of awareness and a new set of skills.
You're experiencing grief.
You're a problem solver, but grief, whether from a death, a separation,
or an unmet expectation, isn't always a problem you can solve. The good
news is that it does get better -- and as you process this new
challenge, you will also develop emotional resilience you didn't know
you had in you.
You're experiencing chronic pain.
Rooted in neuroscience, Pain Reprocessing Therapy helps you train your brain to unlearn “false alarm” signals that your brain has developed over time.
How We’ll Work Together
Healing and growth is a journey, not a destination.
And I’m here to help you on that journey.
You’ll have the opportunity to share your story with me and tell me about your goals and desired outcome.
We’ll clearly identify the areas of your life where things feel challenging, the history behind it, and why it’s coming up for you in this moment.
Using modalities that resonate best with you, we’ll begin the work of going deeper to process the things that need attention.
You’ll walk away with a greater sense of self-awareness so that you can continue to process and grow in your journey toward wholeness.