I help millennial women learn to love themselves without feeling like they are abandoning their friends and family.
My clients struggle like you do. Despite being loving, caring, and sensitive to others' needs life is hard.
When they first come in, they feel angry and resentful of themselves and their experiences. This anger shows up as anxiety or an inability to communicate their needs to their partners and other important people in their life.
They have difficulty praising themselves for the accomplishments that they’ve achieved. Deep down inside they feel that their accomplishments are not a big deal because they feel like it is something that they should be doing already.
They feel like they are not doing enough and need to do more. It's hard for them to stop and smell the roses in their life.
Their resentment and anger get in the way of the life they want in so many ways. They aren’t the kind of woman that they want to be. They feel like they’re failing at being a successful and happy woman. And their confidence in being a woman who has it all together is tanking.
Before they came to see me, they were worried that nothing could help them. They worried that revisiting the painful memories would open a box of emotions that they aren’t able to manage. And they were pretty certain that nothing in the past was relevant to their difficulty being kind to themselves now. Pushing these difficult experiences is haunting them now.
Like my clients, you deserve to pat yourself on the back and appreciate your accomplishments.
Being able to love yourself more than anyone else is not out of your reach. If you want to feel better about yourself and let go of the anger and resentment I’d love to help you get there.
Call now. You don’t have to struggle. I can help.
I hold a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and am a Registered Associate Marriage & Family Therapist with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. I am employed at Grow Ur Potential. The services provided by me are supervised by Tiffany Ann Dzioba, PsyD, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #51595 and Yisraela Hayman, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #53250.