Psychotherapy for Women and Moms

Women face many unique challenges in today's world. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom, a mom balancing family and career, a single professional, or an older woman parenting adult children, the shifting roles, relationsips, and responsibilities you face can be challenging.

While all women experience stresses as they juggle the roles and responsibilities of everyday life, it is not uncommon for these stresses to produce symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, or other psychological concerns that can significatly impact your career, parenting and relationships.

Through individual therapy Heather focuses on helping women in the following areas:

Women's psychotherapy:

Psychotherapy for pregnancy related issues:

Common reasons women cite for seeking therapy

Although almost every woman struggles with issues related to career, parenthood, pregnancy, and relationships from time to time, sometimes they find that they are unable to establish healthy coping strategies on their own in order to successfully face these challenges. This not only affects the woman, but can also impact her career, family, and other relationships.

You may find benefit from psychotherapy if you are:

Heather's work empowers you to implement healthy ways of dealing with life's stressors so that you may enjoy a more fulfilling, connected, and balanced life and relationships. Her work focuses on:

Discovering your resilience

Learning to tap into and strengthen your ability to recover from setbacks, adapt well to change, and keep going in the face of adversity.

Finding freedom

Learning to manage stress, anxiety, relationships, and the challenges that are negatively affecting your life and daily well being. This includes addressing negative/self-defeating/critical thinking about past adverse or traumatic experiences which affect your parenting, life, and relationships.

Implementing grace

Learning to accept that we live in an imperfect world and we ourselves are not perfect. By learning to accept that doing the best that you can, even when it's not perfect, you can focus your energy on things that are truly most important.

Finding balance

Developing appropriate self-care strategies, relationship skills, and coping skills that lead to better balance in your parenting, relationships, and career.