You’re in college!
You’re finally out of your parents’ home, you’re on your own, and it’s so exciting.
There’re so many opportunities to grow up in college – you get to make all your decisions, buy your own groceries, go where you want, and be responsible for yourself. You get to start over if you want to, and you’re on your way to be the person you want to be.
You’ve been preparing all high school for this!
But sometimes, college life can be overwhelming.
There are so many people, and so many things to be a part of. There are a lot of decisions to make. You thought you knew how to deal with stress, but you’re finding it difficult some days to keep it together and still get all the things done that you’re supposed to do.
This may be the first time in your life that you’re not the best at something – what to do with those feelings?
Looking for a therapist who is right for you?
There may have been an amazing therapist back home that helped you, and you’re reaching out now because you want that kind of support again.
If a prior experience with therapy was terrible, that might dissuade you from trying with someone new. But you’ve heard it worked for other people, and you hope that you’ll find that supportive person to help you now.
Or maybe you’re a parent who has been talking with their child, and you’re concerned about some of the things you hear your child talk about. Or not talk about.
I think I am just what you need.
When you talk about what’s going on, I’ll listen. I won’t judge you, even when you’re judging yourself.
We will work together to get back on the path you want to be on. We’ll talk though the challenges you’re experiencing so that you feel confident making the decisions that you’re needing to make.
We’ll talk about how to be comfortable with not being the best and re-evaluate what it means to be successful. I can be the support you need while you’re learning how to support yourself.
Let’s do this together; call me at (352) 541-0421, and let’s talk.