Sometimes even positive changes in our lives can contribute to feelings of stress, anxiety, or uncertainty. Events such as moving, starting at a new job or school, entering a relationship or marriage, or having a child can upset our sense of balance. It is okay to feel overwhelmed. Therapy can help you navigate these transitions with a renewed sense of self and purpose.


Contrary to common belief, grief does not necessarily follow predictable, measured stages. When it comes to coping with the loss of an important person in our lives, there is no "normal" response. I am here to help you navigate life in the absence of your loved one while maintaining and honoring what your relationship with that person means to you. 


As fundamentally social beings, our relationships with others can have a profound impact on our sense of functioning and wellness. Gaining therapeutic support for yourself and your relationship can improve your ability to connect with your partner by giving you a place to reflect on what is important to you and how you would like to show up in the partnership. 


Our society often has a lot of negative feedback for people who are deemed "too" sensitive or emotional. In reality, this trait has actual benefits from an evolutionary standpoint in that the most sensitive member of a group is most aware of potential danger or threat. I will work with you to manage your sensitivity in the face of experiences such as criticism or rejection to help you harness the positive qualities of your emotional experience.  


It is never too late to take steps to heal after an experience with trauma, no matter how long ago a traumatic event may have occurred. Whether you find yourself experiencing an unhealthy sexual relationship currently or have in the past, I am here to listen and to honor your feelings, experiences, and needs. 


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing utilizes new knowledge about how the brain stores traumatic memories. Using eye movements that resemble the movements of your eyes in REM sleep, EMDR allows traumatic memories stored in the subconscious to be brought to the forefront to be processed in a safe environment. To learn more, visit: https://www.emdria.org/page/what_is_emdr_therapy

© 2020 by Kendall Krebs, LMSW