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Experience Connection



Addressing life's mounting challenges or trying to help those you love can leave anyone overwhelmed, ill-equipped and alone.  Reaching out for help takes courage and a leap of faith that you can find the right support. Research tells us that the most important predictor of successful outcomes in therapy is connection, the trust and chemistry between the therapist and the individual.  As an experienced clinician, mother, adoptee, one of ten siblings and survivor of lots -

I hear you. I see you. I empathize. 


Children (6-12)

It hurts to see your child struggling. As a caregiver, you may feel frustrated and confused as to what to do. Common telltale signs of a child who may benefit from therapy include: social withdrawal, irritability, worry, aggression, changes in sleep patterns or academics.  If this resonates, reach out to connect and grow.

Older Teens and Young Adults

The struggle is real. Change is real. Everything is changing yet simultaneously you feel stuck. You are being asked to navigate the transition from dependence to independence and not sink. You find yourself struggling with anxiety, irritability, difficult relationships or sadness. It is hard to get motivated or interested in the things you once enjoyed. If this resonates with you, reach out to connect and grow.


As adults, we often bring models and patterns from our childhood to our current experience.  If we are parents, we bring those childhood models and patterns to the experience of raising our children. In either case, we find that coping skills that served us when we were younger no longer serve us as adults. Without new tools symptoms of anxiety, depression, or early trauma begin to percolate  leaving us feeling stuck or disengaged.  If this resonates with you, reach out to connect and grow.

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