Specializing in anxiety, imposter syndrome, confidence, life transitions, career, motivation, and self-esteem.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker in North Carolina
You'd be surprised how many successful people feel like they have no idea what they're doing. Maybe you judge yourself as never good enough no matter what you achieve, or that you can't afford to make mistakes. Together, we'll teach you skills to appreciate your strengths and successes instead of always focusing on what's wrong, and learn that flexibility is a faster way to your goals than rigid perfectionism.
Maybe it's a new job, new child, relocation, or change in relationship status. Being in unfamiliar territory makes it difficult to feel competent and in control. Do new roles and opportunities feel intimidating? Do you sense your confidence slipping away when you need it most? You'll learn mindfulness-based techniques to untangle from unpleasant feelings and find equilibrium when life circumstances feel overwhelming.
Anxiety is common in those who demand a lot from themselves. This can look like feeling overwhelmed, burnout, hopelessness, tension, frequent crying, procrastination and more. I use evidence-based approaches like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to recognize negative thinking patterns and habits for what they are and begin replacing them with hopeful, realistic narratives you believe in.