Sometimes we can feel stumped by the plot twists in our life stories, but we don't have to figure it out by ourselves. In fact, it is very natural and proactive to seek professional guidance. There are times when we may feel so stuck, overwhelmed, or heartbroken that talking to someone may be the best way to sort through it all. I offer a compassionate dialogue that empowers you to open up to new possibilities, deepen insights, and see the way forward. Wherever you are right now on your path, I honor the courage it takes to ask for guidance.
When is it time to schedule a therapy appointment?
When the therapist is a good fit, most people benefit from therapy. If you relate to one or more of the items below, then it might be time to schedule an appointment.
You are struggling in a relationship and want to understand and deal with the deeper causes.
You are tired of chronic anxiety or depression and want to experience greater joy in your life.
You are wrestling with a life change such as divorce, relocation, death of a loved one, birth of a child, career transitions, and other changes.
You have suffered a trauma and cannot stop thinking about it.
You feel disconnected from previously enjoyable activities.
You notice you are using food, the internet, or substances to cope.
A friend tells you that they are concerned.
***PLEASE NOTE: I will be out of the office November 21st until December 10th. I will be unreachable by phone and email because I will be out of the country and will have unreliable internet and phone service. If you need to speak with a clinician before I return, please contact Mary Fish, LPC at 208-509-2349 from November 22nd through November 28th or Jamie Van, LPC at 208-850-9186 from November 29th through December 7th. I will be returning calls on December 10th and will be back in the office on December 11th. I look forward to speaking with you.***