GRAY CAT COUNSELING
Virtual Therapy To Help You Find Balance
Life can take a lot out of us, and sometimes it's hard to recharge. Feeling drained and numb can cause us to feel disconnected at home and with our friends. We invest more at school or work, only to feel unfulfilled and detached. Our communications start to break down and it seems as though everyone depending on us feels let down. I can help you find fulfillment in life again, and rebuild meaningful connections at home. Past experiences and trauma impede our connections with ourselves and with others. Addressing trauma in therapy can help you heal and find a path to a healthier place. You can learn how to set healthy boundaries, take better care of yourself, and be more present in your life. You are not alone. Reach out today to heal and start seeking balance.
“Being the "best you can be" is really only possible when you are deeply connected to another. Splendid isolation is for planets, not people.”
ALL ABOUT THERAPY
WHAT IS THERAPY?
Therapy a cooperative relationship between people- in this setting a therapist and a client. It is helping you grow, learn about yourself, and ultimately heal. It's people sitting down and having a conversation. No judgments, no psychobabble. Just support.
WHO IS THERAPY FOR?
Therapy is for everyone. Stressed moms, tired dads, anxious students, men, women, non-binary and trans folx, readers, musicians, LGBTQ individuals, people with lots of problems, or just a few. Therapy is for everyone.
HOW CAN THERAPY HELP ME?
I specialize in attachments and communication. The work we do will help uncover issues you may not be aware of yet, help you learn to understand it and work past it. We'll work together to learn to learn skills to manage stress and emotions, and work on how to communicate in a deep, effective way. Therapy is only part of the process. The more you practice outside of session and make this part of your life, the more results you will see.
MYTHS ABOUT THERAPY
Therapy isn't a magical fix. It's a process that happens gradually.
Therapists don't just listen and give advice- it's a collaborative process that involves both people putting in effort.
Therapy isn't just for people with money or really tough problems. It's challenging and takes courage and strength. Anyone can benefit from therapy. It's a healthy way to learn more about yourself and to gain life skills.
A Happier, Healthier You
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