Kate JamisonClinical Trainee, BA, Clinical Intern
Kate is a graduate student at NYU's Counseling for Mental Health & Wellness program, specializing in LGBTQ+ affirmative care.
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You've done what you thought you were supposed to do, you may have accomplished some major milestones in your life, and yet you are left wondering- isn't it supposed to feel better than this? When your feelings don't match your expectations, you find it hard not to just act "fine" so that others don't think you're ungrateful for what you have. This leaves you feeling ashamed, confused, and alone. I can help you rediscover your own voice, and to finally feel calm, fulfilled, and connected.
My office is a space for deep reflection, necessary tantrums, catharsis, nurturing, poetry, and imagination. I work with earnest human beings around human problems: anxiety, shame, heartache, rage, gender, the want to escape the terrible traps of trauma and toxic culture and old survival patterns, the search for authenticity and meaning, the desire for love and pleasure and sex.
Many individuals, couples, and families believe that their struggles have lingered on for so long, therefore “it will never go away”. Others tend to minimize it in hope that “it will just go away”. Research shows that work toward addressing problems can be the most interesting, rewarding, and empowering. It also promotes taking better control over one's life.
It's easy to get lost in the projections and expectations of the world around us. It can sometimes feel like we forget who we are, and what we want out of this life. Losing yourself can feel overwhelming, and it can be hard to know where to begin. I can help you rediscover your truth, and guide you towards a clearer understanding of yourself and the world around you.
Angry. Inadequate. Anxious. Unhappy. Powerless. Empty. These are all emotions with which I am well acquainted. Let me help you work through them like others have helped me. If you can’t seem to change no matter what you’ve tried, give me a call. You don’t have to suffer alone just hoping things will change. You will be surprised how much things can change even after one session. There is a reason why you feel the way you do. Together we will figure it out and you will resolve this.
Healing does not mean the pain never existed; it means the damage no longer controls our lives. My name is Ashley and I am the owner of Transformations Counseling & EMDR Services. I work closely with a variety of adult individuals dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, and issues with self-image. Together, through a client centered approach, I will help you in setting and achieving goals to help you focus on what really matters to you.