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If you are frustrated by how difficult it is to make changes in your life…

You’ve probably spent a lot of time thinking about your problem and have exercised a fair amount of willpower trying to fix it. Perhaps you’ve even bought a stack of self-help books, but you aren’t following through on their suggestions. Or, if you’re like most people, you’ve consulted doctors but are frustrated that they can’t give you a specific diagnosis and an accompanying treatment plan.

If you are looking for someone who can help you to gain perspective on your situation so that you can take action and feel that you are moving forward in your life, you are in the right place.

Call or email me now for a complementary consultation. I’ll be happy to speak with you so that you can decide if working with me feels right.

If any of these scenarios sounds familiar…

  • You just got promoted to a job that affords you a terrific opportunity for expanded learning (and a higher income) but every day  you are overwhelmed with an intense feeling of inadequacy and the fear that you just don’t know enough. The combination of enthusiasm  and crippling self-sabotage results in a paralyzing anxiety that you just can’t think your way out of.

  • You have so much to be grateful for in your life and you practice gratitude every day, but you are feeling stuck, angry, and self-loathing that you are simply not where you should be in your life. You’re tired of gritting your teeth and bearing it, and your low energy is beginning to have an effect on your loved ones and on any possibilities that might be opening up for you.

  • You know exactly what you want to do with your life and your goals are clear, but there is a nagging undertow that seems to drag you down every time you make a move in the right direction.

  • You have been suffering from back (or other) pain for many years that keeps on getting worse. You’ve been to all sorts of doctors and have received a wide range of MRIs, x-rays, chiropractic adjustments, acupuncture treatments. Maybe you’ve even tried pain medications, but nothing seems to be working.

  • You wake up every morning completely intent on being healthy and exercising, but at the end of the day nothing has happened and you go to sleep cursing at yourself and feeling completely despondent.

  • You have lots to do but you keep procrastinating and it’s getting out of hand. If only you could get a good night sleep—then you would have so much more energy to confront the day and stop procrastinating.
    Of course these are just some familiar scenarios from some of clients—what’s yours?