If you are going through a challenging time, you don’t have to go through it alone.
Do you want a a better relationship? Are you reeling because you or a loved one received a serious medical diagnosis? Or have you been feeling overwhelmed, sad, or stressed and need help? Transformative Therapy offers individual therapy with an expertise in counseling for people with cancer and other serious medical diagnoses, as well as couples counseling.
Through our therapy process, you can learn to heal your relationship, love your life, become more at peace with how things are, and create a future you can look forward to. Taking care of your mental and emotional wellbeing is one of the best investments you can make. It’s an investment for your family, your loved ones… and for yourself. And you are worth it.
The Tools You Need
Therapy is a collaborative educational process. I have devoted my adult life to learning about why we do the things we do, and how to change our thoughts, feelings, and actions to be in line with what we want. I will share ideas, tips, and practical techniques that you will be able to use in your day-to-day life. These ideas and techniques will become your personal psychological toolbox, allowing you to better handle situations as they arise.
Want to learn more? Call or text me at 610-212-9144.
When your relationship struggles, you can feel alone and helpless. Most couple don’t have clear solutions to their greatest challenges, and many therapy practices do not offer clear guidance. I provide you with real solutions to help solve your problems and make your relationship stronger than ever. I help you take incremental steps every day to solve problems in your relationship, look to the future, and build a foundation that is stronger than ever. Reconnect with your partner and take control of your relationship. When two people are committed to working together, they can heal… (read more)
If you or a loved one has received a serious medical diagnosis, you may feel powerless, overwhelmed, and afraid for the future. I can help you adjust to the reality of your diagnosis and come to terms with the “new normal” of your life. I offer support to address high levels of anxiety and the increased risk for depression you may face after such a diagnosis. I provide guidance on coping mechanisms and help you manage your emotions, while developing a plan for adjusting to the limitations of your diagnosis. I also
offer support and counseling services for family members struggling with the diagnosis of a loved one. When you’re faced with a life-changing diagnosis, I can help you take control over your situation. … (read more)
When we don’t take care of ourselves, we have less to give to the world. Unresolved stresses can take a toll on your personal and professional relationships, your career performance, and ultimately, your health. I help you accept existing problems and cope with them, and develop new strategies to help you succeed in all aspects of your life. Come up with effective communication strategies, problem solving skills, and stress management tactics, all with the help of an objective and professionally-trained counselor. I help you set goals and proactively work toward them with each session. Get ready to take positive steps toward a life you’re excited about. (read more)
Looking for individual therapy, couples counseling, or counseling for serious medical diagnoses near Bryn Mawr?
It is time to feel better. If you are ready to learn more, contact me. I offer a free 15-minute phone consultation so you can find out a bit about my approach, and see if we would be a good fit.
I appreciate you taking the time to read my website and learn a bit about my approach. If you are here, chances are you are hurting. Things do get better, but it usually takes some effort to get there. Let’s take that step together.
Your mental health is just as important as your physical health, and in fact it directly impacts your health. Taking care of your mental and emotional wellbeing is one of the best investments you can make. It’s an investment for your family, your loved ones … and for yourself. And you are worth it. If you have forgotten that, our therapy process can help you remember.
I named my practice Transformative Therapy because I saw how people and relationships were transformed through the therapy process. It’s commonly said that people don’t change. But they do. I see it all the time. In fact, I think it is what we are all here for — to learn, and grow, and heal.
Are you ready to take that first step? Contact me.