Probably the biggest insight… is that happiness is not just a place, but also a process. Happiness is an ongoing process of fresh challenges, and… it takes the right attitudes and activities to continue to be happy. —Ed Diener
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Confused College Student
All I wanted was to get to college. I was sure once I got there my life would really begin. However, nothing has really changed. I still don't know what I want to major in and I feel like I haven't really found my place.
I've been a high achiever all my life. For the last ten years, it's been all about my career. I've been so busy killing it that I haven't stopped to ask myself if this is still what I want. I woke up one day and realized that I don't even like my job.
I don't know when it happened but at some point, my self-worth became tied to my ability to be perfect. I did it for a while, but the goalpost kept on moving. When I can't, I overthink constantly. Who am I if I'm not this?
Sound like you? I can help. In my work with college students, recent grads, and new and established professionals, I've found that even in the most diverse stories, there are similar threads. Anxiety, depression, grief, fear of success—these things can affect anyone. By partnering with me to do the work, you can gain greater insight and the tools you need to change your story.
These are a few of my favorite themes...
You are welcome to bring any topic you would like to therapy.
The following are some common topics I've had clients discuss in sessions.
"I woke up one day and realized I don't even really know what I want. Who am I anymore?"
"I don't know why I keep on doing this. I try not to, but it just keeps on happening."
"I can't stop second guessing myself. I'll re-read a text a thousand times before I send it. Then I'll instantly regret it."
"This is such a new place. It's good but I have no idea how to navigate it. None of my old tools are working anymore."
"I only recently realized that something felt off. Like maybe I wasn't as okay as I thought."
"I know logically that for anyone else I could be kind, but some how whenever I make the same mistake, I'm so angry at myself."
"I just feel like I can't ever make them happy. I need some space. But I feel so guilty."
Career + Burnout
"I'm doing the work of three people and still feel like it's not enough. All I do is work. I have no energy for anything else."
At the end of the day, there are a million reasons why you might seek out counseling.
Whether you're feeling burnt out, overwhelmed, or just anxious all the time, therapy can help.
Through consistent, tailored one-on-one sessions, you can develop healthier habits, decrease your stress, and get to the bottom of what's going on with you.