Jennifer Albright, LPC
You find yourself constantly going and unable to stop but you’re so exhausted. There’s one more thing to do before you try to get some damn sleep. If only there wasn’t more for you to do…
You’re easily distracted by most things, thoughts, noises, and SQUIRREL! Sorry. I got a bit distracted. Anyways, you’ve got all these brilliant ideas. If you could only just focus and remember where you put that freakin’ post-it note.
Lately, you feel as though you’ve become a bystander in your own life. Watching as time passes you buy and you remain lost and immobile. You wrap yourself in your comfy blanket of excuses, weighed-down by self-loathing and guilt. You want to throw-off that deceptively comfy blanket but it’s so damn hard to move.
I don’t have all the answers. I can’t tell you what your magic pill is because there’s not one. What I can do is help you find your way. If you’ve come this far, then you know you’re thinking about change. Try to move and throw that blanket off. I’ll be here waiting to help.
Kate Foutz, LCSW, LCDC
Thank you for taking the time to read this today. I know you are really busy. You're busy because you readily and easily put the needs of your partner, your kids, your pets, your friends, your employer, your parents, your co-workers, your partner's parents, your neighbors, your friend's friends, that guy you met that one time... You smile at this and you want to disagree, buuuuuut...
I also know why you put your needs last. You carry so much shame that being everything to everyone else is the only way you can make yourself "acceptable".
You're here because you want to stop putting others first all the time. You want the power to say yes when you want, not as an apology for yourself. You want to feel like you deserve to say no. You want to love yourself fully and with abandon.
I can help. I promise you fit here. You are neither too much nor not enough. I can support you while we free you of the bonds and obligations of shame.
It's time to say yes to the most important person, YOU!
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