Finding Your Power

About Me

Finding Your Power

Life as a busy parent can feel overwhelming. Between running kids to school and soothing colds throughout the night, it can be hard to focus on yourself and find your inner power to move forward. A few years ago, I started feeling beaten-down and depressed. To work out my problems, I decided to try counseling. I was absolutely amazed with the difference it made in my life. After I had the opportunity to talk with someone, I learned ways to cope with my daily routine. The goal of my website is to help other people to understand that there is a great life out there, and that counseling can help you to find your way.


Should You Try Ibogaine To Break Your Addiction?

The battle against drug addiction can be incredibly difficult. Many people seek treatment and therapy several times before they truly break free from addiction, and some never break free at all. Thankfully, doctors and scientists are always learning more about addiction, which results in newer and more effective treatment protocols. One that is becoming more common lately is called ibogaine therapy. Ibogaine is a psychedelic drug that has been used in West Africa for years, and it is just recently being used as a treatment for addiction. Read More 

Why You Might Want To Seek Out Therapy Or Counseling Services

Every adult has issues or problems they have to deal with on a daily basis, and troubleshooting your problems is just a part of life. But sometimes those issues or problems can seem to keep going in the wrong direction or just feel too overwhelming. If you ever reach this point, it might be helpful to talk to someone about what's going on. Here's why it might be the right time to reach out to a professional therapist that offers adult counseling services. Read More 

What Can A Marriage Counselor Teach You?

Relationships take work, and perhaps no relationship takes more work than the one between spouses. Keeping your marriage happy and healthy is a sizeable task, but many people don't know how to help their marriage thrive. Marriage therapy can be helpful for people experiencing relationship issues in their marriage. It can also help people who are not having difficulties, but who would like to improve their ability to relate to one another. Read More 

Three Reasons To Take Marriage Counseling After A Divorce

Most people who take marriage therapy with their spouse do so in an effort to save their marriage. While these sessions can successfully heal the wounds that are threatening your union, it's also possible that your marriage could end in a divorce — perhaps because you didn't seek help quickly enough. Once you finalize your divorce, you may feel as though it makes little sense to continue with your marriage counseling. Read More 

Overcoming Addiction As An Introvert: Why Being Shy Won’t Stop You From Being Sober In Group Therapy

Being shy often means being isolated, and that's the last thing you want to be as an addict. If you think being an introvert means you can't function in or benefit from group therapy, think again, because there is a place for you there and it does lead to recovery. Here's why: You Have Other Addicts To Relate To At work and among family, you probably aren't relating to others, unless they're afflicted by addiction, too. Read More