I work with people across the lifespan. My role is to keep us on track and to keep our work together relevant, secure and sustaining. Your job is just to be yourself. The power of the relationship is the key, and I will listen, advise and support you to get you on the path to a better and more fulfilling life.
Are you finding yourself struggling throughout your day? Are activities you once used to enjoy no longer fulfilling? Are you experiencing frequent worry, sadness, or just feeling ‘lost?’
Are your relationships not as rich as you’d like them to be? Do family members and loved ones tend to focus on criticisms rather than on each other’s strengths?
Do you worry that you are the most effective parent you can be for your child? Do you believe that parenting should be ‘fun’ rather than ‘work?’
Are you or a parent or loved one experiencing issues related to aging such as retirement, illness or empty nest? As you move into the later stages of your life are you starting to wonder ‘what’s next?’
“No, No, No!” If you have a toddler, you know what this sounds like.
“It’s time to go now…” (or put your toys away, or turn off the TV, or go to sleep) Many a fight between parent and young child has begun with these words.
A few years ago I was at a reception held at a restaurant, and I was sitting with some friends, several of whom were also psychologists.