I have worked with many individuals who suffer with chronic pain conditions. I found that most times the hardest part is the loneliness of chronic pain, especially when it comes from a condition that is not visible to others. People often understand hardship if they can see some proof, but for most painful conditions the proof is not evident. This leaves patients feeling misunderstood and alone in their suffering.
I greatly enjoy working with older adults. Life comes with no instructions and we are often not prepare for the changes that life brings. I would be glad to accompany you in this process.
There are moments in life when emotions become overwhelming and we may need help to get things back on track. I will be glad to assist you in your search for answers. Depressive symptoms can be overwhelming and lead you to a very dark place. I like to use a combination of techniques, such as exploring your past and early relationships, and also cognitive behavioral therapy to modify negative thoughts that can be harmful.