Are you exhausted and overwhelmed with life, feeling downtrodden and longing for hope? Are you worried all the time, unable to shut off your racing thoughts? Do you find yourself stuck in compulsive behavioral patterns that feel impossible to escape? In your marriage, are you feeling alone and isolated, or like every conversation ends up in an argument?
I’m here to help.
As a therapist at Restored Hope, I am passionate about inspiring hope and freedom in the lives of everyday people who are stuck in internal or relational patterns that leave them feeling beaten down or defeated. I want to walk alongside you in your journey to greater connection with yourself and your relationships, giving you the tools to escape outdated coping strategies that don’t work anymore. My aim is to help you create a more whole and vibrant life.
Today, I am excited to introduce to you my newest project: the launch of the Restored Hope Blog.
While I love the practical support I can provide to my clients in our weekly sessions, in reality, I know there are many hours outside of session when they may need a little extra help. This blog is intended to create resources full of useful tips and practical suggestions to give you inspiration and hope for the day-to-day stresses and overwhelm you may feel.
Whether you are currently a client at Restored Hope, or you are considering beginning therapy here, these tools and ideas are meant to benefit you. As you read these articles, I hope that you’ll begin to see that you are not alone in what you experience, and that there are practical, simple ways to help yourself experience a more joy-filled, purposeful life.
Here’s some of the exciting plans of what I’ll be sharing through these articles:
Answers to questions you have about therapy and mental health
Solutions for how to deal with troubling emotions or thoughts
Helpful and practical tips for improving your marriage and relationships
Inspiration to slow down and be mindful in the everyday moments
A series of invitations to self-care to help you create a positive self-care plan
Reviews of self-help and therapy-related books
Links to videos that create inspiration and lead to understanding
These ideas stem from tools I’ve found to be helpful in my everyday life, as well as tools I hope will benefit my clients in my current therapy practice. However, I know that the best person to know what you need is not me – it’s you!
I’d love to encourage you to contact me with suggestions for topics you’d like to see covered on the blog, or questions regarding therapy or mental health.
I’m looking forward to sharing hopeful and inspiring content with you in the weeks to come!