You’re not your thoughts, and you can befriend your body.
Anxiety, stress, and burnout
Procrastination & avoidance
Major life decisions & transitions
Acceptance & loss
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Feeling bullied by your thoughts?
Not good enough. Not lovable enough. Helpless. Hopeless. Do you feel bullied by thoughts like these day in and day out? The sad fact is negative thoughts can stay with you long after abuse and neglect have passed. And they can be even more powerful when they gang up on you with your body, so you feel depressed and anxious. This can leave you struggling with an altered sense of yourself and the world.
More compassionate with others than yourself?
I ask people what they’d tell their best friend if they were having similar experiences. If you’re like many of them, you’d be more compassionate with your friend than you are with yourself. And if you’re like them, you’re good enough. You’re lovable. You can help yourself. And there is hope. Because you’re not your thoughts, and you can befriend your body.
A big step toward change
It’s hard to imagine things can be different when you’re struggling so much. It’s even more difficult when you’ve been living like this for so long it’s the only way you know how. The good news is you’ve been resourceful to get this far, and by reading my bio you’ve taken a big step toward change. If you feel I can help you I welcome you to get in touch.