You normally cope very well with life, but a few things have stretched your coping skills lately. Maybe your children are leaving home, your spouse or parents are ill or trouble at work or at home is putting a strain on your time and patience.
Do you feel…
• frustration in your relationships • like others take advantage of you • that it’s never your turn • you give more to others than they give to you • you have a hard time finding people to support you the way you support them • you give more than your share in relationships • you feel obligated to others, or responsible for them • you are alone and without support • you have a hard time asking others for help, and allowing others to help you • like you don’t feel loved by anyone; don’t feel that you trust anyone • you want more depth in all your relationships • you are unclear about the impact of your childhood experience on your current life • you can’t resolve things with your parents and don’t understand why you react to them the way you do • you have tried to help yourself but nothing seems to help • you know what to do to change yourself, but can’t follow through • that no matter how hard you try, you can’t seem to make self improvement stick • you don’t know what you want to do with the rest of your life
With over 20 years of experience, Sally is able to help you let go of what isn’t working and start to explore new options. She strives to help you on your recovery journey to heal past wounds, clear up unsatisfying patterns and habits of the present and more forward to embrace innate wholeness, possibilities and potential.
Sally gives unbiased clarity and feedback to her Michigan clients in her office in Bingham Farms. She will learn about your situation and she is able to tune into your unique struggles, and help you out of them. She helps you untangle the conflicts inside you.
If you are seeking psychological or behavioral change you probably:
• are motivated to change • are ready to take action on your own behalf • are eager to be more honest with yourself and others. • need help to stay motivated • want to learn about yourself and gain insights with a willingness to accept guidance for trying new behaviors • are open to feeling more confident about making lasting life changes • are able to learn how to not give up on yourself and to not collapse into old self defeating behaviors • are prepared to honor your unique self and learn about the things that make you tick • are ready to learn about stopping self sabotage and repetitive self-destructive behaviors • are ready to learn to combat anxiety provoking situations For more information, please contact Sally at (248)645-5960, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.