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ARE YOU DEPRESSED OR ANXIOUS IN VARIOUS ASPECTS OF YOUR LIFE?
DO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING BUT HAVEN’T CREATED CONSISTENT CHANGE?
DO YOU BELIEVE YOU MAY BE GOING THROUGH A QUARTER-LIFE CRISIS?
Therapy and coaching for individuals struggling with life transitions depression, anxiety, career changes, drug & alcohol addiction and recovery, and relationships. I am a Bay Area Therapist with offices in the Financial District, San Francisco and South Berkeley.
What sets my work apart is that I provide a hybrid of therapy and coaching so you can:
- Understand why you do what you do
- Develop the motivation and skills to create permanent change
I specialize in working with Twenty-Somethings (aka Millennials, Generation Y, Young Adults) who need inspiration, support and guidance managing this exciting but overwhelming time.
If you believe you are going through a quarter-life crisis, go to my Just Coaching page to learn more about Going From Crisis to Clarity Coaching Program.
Contact me for a consultation to help you through this challenging but exciting time of personal growth and discovery.
Do you struggle with: Negative Thoughts, No Motivation, Low Self-Esteem or Anxiety?
If you got 3 minutes - I can help you. Watch the video below and learn about the downloadable audio files I created that will help you eliminate negative thinking, reduce anxiety, improve your self-esteem and increase motivation.
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