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I know life can be stressful and overwhelming. It’s easy to feel lost and alone, not knowing where to turn for help.  It’s during those times that I am here to offer you support and encouragement, while helping you get through the most difficult time in your life, to facilitate growth and emotional healing, to assist you in resolving issues, regaining control of your life, and providing you with tools to bring about positive change so you can move forward to a more productive, content, and fulfilling life. There are few challenges in life that I haven’t experienced.  Because I can relate to your situation, and understand what you are going through, I will help you overcome obstacles and get past your struggles.  There is no reason for you to go it alone.

Although I work with clients who come to me with issues regarding depression, anxiety, divorce recovery, grief and loss, phobias, and relationships (including premarital counseling), my specialties are PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and domestic violence. I use several life-changing techniques that yield permanent results in a very short time, in overcoming depression, PTSD (which can be caused by any traumatic event), anxiety, fears and addictions. To learn more about the theories I draw from and modes of therapy I use, click on the “Therapies” page (above).

Working through your thoughts and emotions can create a newfound freedom to be who you want to be. Experience the journey to a new life through self-discovery, positive change, emotional healing and growth, with a sense of self-acceptance, self-confidence, empowerment, meaning, direction, and purpose. Allow me to walk along side you on your journey. You deserve to be happy, and I want to help you achieve happiness.  Call now for a free consult, to see how I can help you today.  (720-291-5707)

 

 

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Overcoming Addiction

Addictions always serve a need. For many, it’s a basic emotional need of coming to terms with self-worth and developing a strong sense of self. And the best thing you can possibly do is take action!

  • Find the courage to determine what you need that you’re not getting.
  • List three things that you feel you’re running from in your life. What are you using your addictions to avoid? Get to the heart of the matter.
  • You can’t change what you don’t acknowledge. Get real with yourself. Ask the tough questions — and listen closely to your answers.
  • Behave your way to success. Instead of being afraid to be a successful person, learn how to own those positive feelings.
  • Work on how to present yourself on an “even-up” basis with the world. How can you know if you can stand on your own without the crutch of your addiction unless you remove it?
  • Stop running. You can run but you can’t hide. Stop putting your own happiness off until tomorrow.

Remember, you don’t ever break a habit. If you want to get rid of bad behavior, you have to replace it with something positive — something that will make you stronger instead of weaker. Work on identifying positive behaviors that would make good replacements for your addictions.

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