The Courageous 

Since the COVID-19 Pandemic mental health professionals have been crucial in helping individuals cope and survive during this time as symptoms of anxiety and depression continue to surge. 

Do you feel stuck or overwhelmed and don’t know what to do about it?  Are you anxious, depressed, or frustrated with yourself and others?  Have you given up on trying to succeed?  Are you questioning your path or purpose in life?  Do you want to find yourself again or maybe for the first time discover who you really are?


There are many things that can interfere with living a prosperous life, such as fear, guilt, shame, anger, resentment, insecurities, self-doubt, making comparisons, the need for perfection, unhealthy relationships, being bullied, unfair treatment, trauma, abuse, loneliness, hopelessness, negative thoughts, and/or difficulty letting go of the past.

Are you ready for peace of mind?

Don’t lose another day of happiness.  Take control of your existence now.  I know it is not always easy to reach out for help and I commend you for having the courage to seek a therapist you will connect with.  It would be an honor to be part of your journey and to help you in writing a new chapter of your life story.  

Sound familiar?

Many individuals spent a good portion of their lives in the company of a person who dealt with stress by means of yelling or pointing blame at others.  

Since childhood you have been told “you should do this”, “you can’t do that”, “you don’t do anything right!” You have now come to believe these comments and are telling yourself you are not worthy of success.  Then one day your best friend speaks a truth you can't deny, "you remind me of your ______" (fill in the blank). That’s when it really hits home! 


Resenting the person who encouraged negative thinking won't improve your situation, but doing something about it will.  After all, displacement (i.e. taking frustrations out on someone else) may have been reinforced for generations as the only known way to cope. Don’t pass this along to your kin. Break the cycle today!

    Low self-esteem can lead to mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression