You might be find yourself worrying non-stop.
You're feeling alone in this.
You’ve tried podcasts, meditation, and journaling, but it’s not helping.
You might feel frustrated, stuck and overwhelmed.
I'm so glad you're taking the first step.
Women Of Color
Setting Boundaries With Others
Mindfulness For Those Who Are Skeptical About Meditation
Identifying & Expressing Emotions
Licensed MFT #132544
M.A. Santa Clara University
Counseling Psychology 2017
A.B. Harvard College 2012
Telepsychology Best Practices 101.
Strategies For Chronic or Recurrent Depression & Anxiety.
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR).
Maybe you get frustrated with yourself and tell yourself, "I'm too lazy" or "Why can't I just get it together?" Or you might think to yourself, "So-and-so does it all. Why can't I?" Sometimes these thoughts can back-fire and prevent us from doing what we can do.
It’s hard to put aside those feelings of wanting to be there for others. You might feel hesitant to put your needs first, whether it's because of your friends, partner, or work. Either way, know that it's hard to put yourself first, and take it easy on yourself.
We’ve all been there. That feeling that everything is happening all at once. The hard part about feeling overwhelmed is that it sometimes takes a big cry or a surge of intense emotions before we realize that we need to slow down or take a break.
In this FREEBIE, you will get three pages of relaxation exercises to use in your everyday life, along with strategies to cope with anxiousness that comes up during meditation.