Many people come to see me regarding various issues that present in their lives. People have told me that they feel consumed by the problem they are facing. A large part of my work is dedicated to helping people find freedom from:
Together, we can explore the context of these problems, the impact of them on you, and how you might begin (and possibly already are) finding some space from these problems. Our conversations will be collaborative as we work together to explore the problem together.
A large part of my work is done with parents. This includes supporting parents who are parenting young children with cognitive, developmental, and/or behavioral struggles, as well as working alongside parents navigating their relationship with young persons facing mental health or addictions struggles.
Parenting is a tough job and it is hard to be prepared for some of the struggles that can come with it. Parents often express being under much stress which can lead to feeling isolated, alone and unsupported. This sometimes leads to frustration, resentment and anger showing up. Many others are looking for answers to how to deal with difficult situations.
Parents have told me they feel stuck. Through our conversations, it is possible to reconnect to your preferred ways of being with your children and to connect with the values you hold dear as a parent. This often leads to reestablishing a way of being as a family that you feel fits you.
Many people have consulted me at the point in which conflict has taken over their relationship. People often express wanting change but—not knowing how to reach this—they are left feeling stuck in a cycle of sorts. I can assure you that this is quite common and that change is possible.
Many couples report finding it helpful to take the time to look at what is impacting their relationship and begin making some shifts through understanding this context. Whatever the type of relationship you are seeking—monogamy, non-monogamy, or polyamory—together we can explore the issues that are getting in the way of your preferred ways of connecting and being.
After many years of experience working with youth, many parents have sought out my services in working with their young persons. I would be more than happy to support any young person who finds themselves struggling with substance misuse, disordered eating practices, self harm, suicidal thinking, anxiety, depression, obsessive thinking, school pressure and tricky relationships with peer groups (and more).
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