When I Let Go Of What I Am, I Become What I Might Be.
Counseling and Emotional Healing
The cultural climate in the world today is calling on all humans, and especially women, to show up in a more powerful way than ever. We are strong amazing beings and I'm here to help you discover and live as the woman you want to be in the world.
At Inner Voice Counseling my clients are all women. I work with those who want to learn how to manage anxiety, stress and depression. Often there are physical symptoms showing up as heart issues, digestion problems, difficulty sleeping, and overall feelings of fatigue. It's important that you know that you cannot separate your head and your emotions from the rest of your body. It's all connected. If you're living with chronic disease, it may be connected to your mental state.
I'm confident that together we can work to help equip you with the necessary tools to help you face and overcome these challenges. Whether you're struggling with the desire for Spiritual Growth but don't know where to start or living with Anxiety and Depression and it's devaluing your life experiences, it is important that you know you don't have to be alone in this journey. I have the experience to help you achieve your goals, overcome these struggles, and live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
I understand no two individuals are the same, and I tailor our sessions together to address challenges unique to you. We will work together to understand the root cause of your struggles and address those issues with long-lasting strategies, helping you get closer to the life you've always wanted.
If you're ready to work towards the life you've always wanted, I'm ready when you are. Call or email me today and let's get together.
"From the moment we begin school we are trained to look outward rather than inward, to focus on facts and practical problems in the external world, to be goal oriented. Virtually nothing in Western education encourages us to reflect on ourselves, our inner lives and motives."
~ Danah Zohar & Dr. Ian Marshall