Showing up for your life may require more than you have prepared for. At times, the events, situations, and people we encounter produce anxiety, sadness, fear—along with love, fun, and joy. Deciding to step into therapy to discover and equip yourself to meet life is brave.
What does therapy require of you? Courage to participate in the process of exploration; dedication to taking time to come to therapy; curiosity about how you are experiencing your relationships with yourself and others.
I can’t predict what will happen in our therapy sessions, but I can predict that I am committed to seeing you just as you are, to learning about the native resources and capabilities you possess, and working with you to grow into a fuller expression of your self.
Therapy can be like going to the gym. It may feel a little weird at first, and you may get a blister, you may sweat and even cry. And then your commitment to yourself produces improved strength, compassion, ease, and joy.
My career has led me through technology research, software start-ups and my own personal chef business, making me familiar with the challenges of working within large organizations, managing professional relationships, and navigating career changes.
In addition to my Master’s degree in counseling from St. Edward’s University, I have a Bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University, and a Master’s degree in business also from St. Edward’s.
Apart from therapy sessions, I am a committed CrossFit athlete and yoga practitioner who loves dogs, cats (and other mammals), cycling, kayaking, cooking, and being outdoors as much as possible.
Please let me hear from you and let’s talk about working together. Call me at 512/201-4501, ext. 182 or fill out an online request form.