Often we are consumed by the needs and wants of others (a significant other/spouse, children, aging parents, friends, etc.) and we’re unable to concentrate on ourselves. Author Eleanor Brownn said, “Self care isn’t selfish. You cannot serve from an empty vessel”. Individual therapy is one way that we can maximize this concept. When we’ve addressed our own well-being, we are in a good place and more equipped to give our best when tending to those we love. By taking time to slow down, pay attention to and discuss your needs and wants in a safe and supported environment, we can prioritize and preserve you and what matters most. From internal distress to self-esteem to life transitions to relationship concerns, together we can develop a plan and prepare for what’s to come while remaining true to your authentic self and finding your voice so that your needs are met. I look forward to collaborating with you as you put yourself on the list of importance and make meaningful changes that enhance your life.