Looking for a therapist can be hard. I know there are lots of different things you may be looking at and considering right now. You’re probably looking at my profile because you’re looking for help with one of the issues I specialize in working with. It’s important to find a therapist who is knowledgeable and experienced in working with the problems you need help with.
I am of the position that beyond what issues a therapist works with, the most important component of therapy is the relationship between you and your therapist. Because of this, it is really important for you to find someone who you feel gets you and who you can become comfortable with and open up to. beyond my specialties, this is kind of my big selling point. You will find some therapists who are stiff impersonal professionals. I am not this kind of therapist. Therapy with me is active and collaborative, and I am generally a very genuine, open person with my clients.
When people contact me after finding me on a directory like sacwellness, they’ve usually looked at several other people and may have called a few before they get to me. Make sure you connect with your potential therapist and gather the information you need to decide if they are a fit for you. Most therapists, myself included will talk with you a bit on the phone before scheduling to get an idea of what you’re seeking therapy for and if they might be a good fit for you. Give me a call, email, or check out my website to see if I might be a good fit for you!