Karen O'BrienPsychologist, Ph.D.
Over the years, I’ve noticed that almost everyone develops ways of coping that work in the short term but cost too much in the long term. They end up functioning in survival mode. They find themselves stuck: trying to figure things out that perhaps can't be figured out, trying to change things that perhaps can’t be changed, or held back by fear of the unknown or of failure. If any of this sounds familiar, let's talk.