You shouldn’t have to deal with chronic illness alone.
When it comes to getting therapy, you deserve to work with someone who understands all of the complex emotional issues that come with chronic illness and more importantly, knows exactly how to fix them.
- The loneliness. The feeling that no one really “gets” what you are going through.
- The exhaustion and pain that makes getting out of bed feel like an almost impossible task.
- The grief of feeling like you have lost yourself and the future that you thought you would have.
- The guilt that comes with feeling like you are damaging your children or letting everyone down.
- The isolation when friends start to fall away because you are constantly cancelling plans.
- The medical gaslighting from Doctors who tell you that your symptoms are “all in your head.”
- The fear that it will just keep getting worse and feeling like a burden.
I know how it feels to be physically and cognitively disabled from chronic illness, unable to care for myself or support myself financially and I know the essential skills and strategies I needed to use to create the right mindset for me to get my life and health back.
Before you can heal physically, you have to deal with your trauma, stress, depression, anxiety, overwhelm and grief first, because a constantly stressed body cannot heal.
My proven therapy programs get results because they give you the skills, strategies and support you need to take back control and start rebuilding your life.
I’ve worked with two therapists in the past. Neither therapist had an organised framework for how the sessions would go, neither identified what I was missing, and neither was able to give effective long-term help despite both dealing with chronic conditions themselves.
You understood what I was going through, you had a plan, and you had tools. You listened to what I said, and you gave me useful examples from your own personal experience that I could relate to.
Other therapists do not understand the struggle and so they didn’t have any tools or skills that would help. I would basically complain to them and they would try to positive-talk me out of my thought patterns. It was such a waste of time and money, whereas, I made progress with you during our discovery session!
After our program I feel calmer, less stressed and anxious, happier in myself and more self-confident. I am not so worried about what other people think and more able to put boundaries into place without feeling guilty. I feel much less guilt generally, and guilt had always been a big factor for me. I feel much more hopeful for the future, able to stay in the present moment and enjoy my life more.
If you are ready to take back control of your own life, health and happiness, then book your FREE Discovery Session with me now.
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