I work with professional women just like you who are struggling to overcome anxiety and panic attacks that affect their lives, careers, and relationships.
Arriving at this page signals you’re on the right path to change your life. Most people struggle with anxiety for years before getting help. By the time you’ve found yourself here, you may feel overwhelmed with self-criticism, sadness, anxiety, loneliness, or fear. All of which can leave you feeling like giving up.
Anxiety can feel overpowering. It can leave your self esteem in the dust and keep you from reaching life goals or from forging deeper connections with friends and family. When we work through your inner thought patterns and learn how to use techniques, such as cognitive coping affirmations, to overcome limiting beliefs and mindsets, you can turn negative self-talk into self-love and kindness.
Through the therapy process, we will work through the causes of your anxiety and learn healthy ways to cope with stress, anxiety, and the messy parts of life. You will get the tools you need to reclaim your life and peace of mind. Our goal through therapy is to shift your focus on living a life of full expression and enjoying the things that are truly most important to you.
I'm a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. I specialize in treating anxiety, imposter syndrome, and perfectionism in professional women in Los Angeles, California. I believe we all have the natural capacity to grow and flourish in a positive direction if we are given the support we need.
With a combination of mindfulness and self-compassion based techniques, I will support you in regaining the confidence to step into the best version of yourself. You will no longer feel controlled by limiting beliefs and fear and will be able to form deeper, satisfying connections with loved ones.
Together we can find the tools, clarity, and self-acceptance you need to more skillfully feel confident in your strength and ability to overcome stressful situations and life events.
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