Counseling with Cheryl

I work specifically with women throughout life to help them work through issues and grow personally.

Individual therapy is the most common form of counseling. You’ll meet me regularly one-on-one to explore your feelings, early life experiences, and any personal difficulties you are currently facing.

Individual therapy is a unique process that can support you in the areas of your life where you feel stuck and increase your understanding of the way you engage with the world and with yourself.

My counseling sessions can assist you in developing insight into patterns creating difficulties in your life. Deeper self-knowledge promotes healing, self-esteem, professional development, and can help you move on from what’s been holding you back.

Is Counseling Right For Me?

People often ask themselves whether therapy is right for them. Sometimes others in our lives see the need before we do. I believe it’s never too late – or too early – to get support. Here are some of the things that Individual Therapy can help you with:

  • Anxiety, Depression and Loss of Direction
  • Transitions, Life Changes and Moving Home or Country
  • Overcoming Grief and Loss
  • Reclaiming the Authentic Self and Embracing Feminine Power
  • Low Self-esteem or Lack of Confidence
  • Difficulty Regulating Emotions or Mood Swings
  • Setting Boundaries
  • Struggles with Interpersonal or Toxic Relationships
  • Anger Issues and Management
  • Recovery from Trauma
  • Working through a midlife crisis
  • Job stress or academic struggles
  • Recurring life issues that are difficult to change
  • The need for a safe space to process difficult memories and life experiences
  • A desire to work through underlying personal issues that have emerged from couples, group, or family therapy

How Does Counseling Work?

I believe the process of meeting weekly for 50 minutes with a therapist can provide tremendous support in one’s journey of self-reflection and understanding to developing better relationships with self and others.

You can begin to create goals together and work through internal and external conflicts.  This means you have the freedom to work through one specific problem or to stay in therapy long-term to explore deeper rooted issues – the choice is yours!