DISCOVER meaning, direction & purpose
You look like you have it all together on the outside, but you are tired of pretending everything is great. Don’t get me wrong, some areas of your life may be going well, but you long for something more. Something is missing. And you are not even sure what that “something” is. Maybe your faith has always been a part of your life, but at this point, you are wondering how it all fits together. It may be a source of strength, but it still doesn’t bring you the comfort it once did. Or maybe you are questioning your faith altogether.
You have tried reading some blogs or self-help books, but that is not cutting it. Your friends suggest finding a therapist. But you are wondering if that is really necessary. How can a stranger help me with my stuff?
Experiencing adversity is a part of life; it is not a sign of failure. In fact, it is often in our pain that we discover a strength that we did not know we possess. But you don’t have to face it alone. I have the privilege of working with dynamic individuals whose strength and resolve shines through in the midst of some tremendously difficult circumstances. Sometimes it’s memories from the past that we never fully dealt with. Sometimes it’s insecurity, health issues, relationship challenges, loss, or the fear of the unknown. Sometimes it’s just feeling stuck. Seeking the support of a therapist during this time can give you the tools you need to move through these challenges and help you discover meaning, direction, and purpose.
Every week, my staff and I meet with individuals who are not willing to settle in their hurt. Instead, We are in awe of their capacity to strive for deeper relationships with their spouses, family members, and friends. They are willing to look at themselves honestly and begin to find healing in that real and raw place.
What People Are Saying
“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”
I spent so many years under the misconception that I didn’t need therapy. Last year when I lost 3 family members and almost a fourth to the COVID-19 pandemic, I found myself in a place of deep sorrow, grief, and hopelessness. God finally opened my eyes to my need for therapy, and He led me to Sharon. Throughout this last year, Sharon has been a source of comfort, kindness, support, and guidance in my life. By being a reliable presence, Sharon has led me to realize many truths of things I have struggled with, and she so graciously and patiently helped me to process each one. It’s a blessing that Sharon is a genuine follower of Christ, and I am grateful to have a counselor that sees and shares things through a Biblical perspective. I feel seen, cared for, and a little bit wiser after each session with Sharon. There are not many people who genuinely listen to everything you have to say, and Sharon is one of the few. She is a caring, gifted, and incredibly intelligent therapist that anyone would be blessed to work with.