Clients need the support, suggestions, positive encouragement and a safe, nonjudgmental place to share issues and concerns I can provide.
Licensed Professional Counselor in ,
Existential therapy's deepest definition lies within its word origin. Our collective existence and the way we experience the world shapes our daily interactions, moods, thoughts, feelings and beliefs. How we come to understand our shared human experiences can help us improve the way we manage our lives, make positive life changes that we may have been wanting to act on, and learn to relate to the world around us in a new way.
I want to help you discover your eating’s underlying emotional causes in a kind, safe way –one that stretches but doesn’t strain you. I’ll help you view food as fuel for our life’s activities. As we explore and learn about the things that have kept you “stuck” previously, those previous messages that feel like they’re never going to let go start easing their grip. You'll learn to let go of terms like 'good' or 'bad' and how you may be linking anxiety or fear to unhealthy coping with food.