Some days it seems like high stress and anxiety are becoming your new normal. Even your relationships are suffering. In your gut, you know it’s time to take some positive action.
And with this achievement came long hours and hard work. You buried yourself in projects and deadlines and you rarely came up for air. Your emotions had to take a back seat because they were a distraction from reaching your goals. In fact, you never really took time to focus on yourself because you were too caught up in the grind.
Yet, somewhere along the way, you realized you were burning out. You started feeling exhausted and cynical about the direction of your career and its impact on your personal life. You’re recognizing that the amount of pressure you now face is more than you were prepared for. You feel like you’re lacking some tools to handle the people in your life and the situations that keep coming up. You know that you have some things to work on in order to have the personal and professional lives you really want for yourself.
So here you are, your personality and your relationships are being held hostage by stress and you’re afraid you’re never going to break free.
A lot of the time you feel stuck and you’re not sure what your next steps are. Sometimes it seems like every day is a repeat of the last. You’re frustrated that things are so much harder than they should be.
That’s not to say your work and life were always in balance. There were extended periods in which you’ve overworked in order to meet a deadline or complete a project. But you never thought you’d be so on edge. What you didn’t expect was how you could feel like you’re about to implode at any moment. You never predicted you’d be so pessimistic, feeling like you’re not yourself anymore, and not feeling the confidence you expected to feel. You had no idea your stress would last this long and that your work and personal relationships would have so much tension. And you certainly didn’t expect your drive to achieve to keep you from feeling happy, successful, and fulfilled in your relationships.
Individual therapy (a.k.a counseling) will help you reduce your stress and improve your relationships, so that you can confidently begin designing your new normal. You and I will meet together weekly for 45 minutes and you will begin to create the changes that are most important to you.
WEEK ONE: Intake:
During this initial session, we define the counseling relationship and discuss the details of informed consent and confidentiality. I gather information about you, your family members, and your biological, psychological, and social history and how this is impacting your current situation. We will discuss the goals you have going forward, and the steps we will take to reach them.
WEEK TWO and Beyond: Individual Therapy
Together, in each subsequent session, I will use evidence-based psychotherapy models to address your current emotional and cognitive states, what you have worked on since the previous meeting, and how they’re affecting your life personally, socially, and at your work. This typically includes Gestalt Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, effective communication skills, Positive Psychology, self-soothing methods, and other needed tools to treat the struggles you are experiencing.
As your therapist, I keep in mind your overall goals for therapy and make sure that what we’re working on and where we’re going together lead us toward those goals.
CLOSING: 1-2 Final Sessions
In our final sessions, we will review your goals to ensure you are satisfied with your counseling experience and that our work together has met your expectations. We will also outline a plan going forward so that you are able to retain what we have worked on together and implement all you have learned in therapy.
As a psychologist, I help you design and create an inspiring life and relationships through a modern blend of Gestalt Therapy, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, and emotional and communication intelligence methods. WebPsych helps busy, high-achieving professionals go from surviving to thriving in their personal and career lives. When I partner with my therapy clients, I use my extensive experience in psychology and business to help them achieve their highest goals based on their values and purpose in life. My mission is to support you in transforming the world through your purpose and value system. I’m dedicated to being your partner as you move past your struggles and challenges in order to unlock your fullest potential. My passion is to share my experience and training so that you can build a life that is joyful, sustainable, adventurous, and loving.
I have worked successfully with a wide array of clients and concerns. I’m passionate about working with people who are experiencing issues regarding:
Individual therapy from WebPsych is best for high-achieving people who are struggling with personal, relationship, or professional stress, anxiety, and urgent communication breakdowns. Therapy helps you get to the bottom of your difficulties and reach your goals from the inside-out.
You will benefit from therapy if:
* There are certain situations in which you might not be ready for individual therapy with WebPsych. These situations include, but are not limited to, severe mental illnesses and traumas that require inpatient treatment or current substance abuse. If you are currently experiencing any of these, I will provide you with referrals so that you receive appropriate care.
Individual therapy is a fee for service program and all major forms of payment are accepted.
Sessions will cost $225. You and I will discuss in our initial meeting the recommended number of sessions based on your unique situation.
I do not accept insurance at this time, but will provide “superbill” receipts for out-of-network reimbursement from your insurance company.
Webpsych offers virtual/online therapy sessions for all California residents. If you prefer in-person sessions, they are available at my physical location, at WebPsych in the westside of the Los Angeles.
Therapy services are offered Monday through Friday with appointment availability from 9am to 5pm, with additional appointments available upon request.
It is possible to redesign your life and your relationships from the inside-out. You can develop authentic and resilient confidence so that you can stay calm under any amount of pressure regardless of your circumstances at work and in your personal life. You can learn communication skills that make every situation bring more connection and support instead of conflict. Right now, feeling that flow in your life may feel far off, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start taking the necessary steps today to reduce the stress in your life and relationships.
You will learn to understand yourself and others on a new level. You’ll be able to make changes in your personal and professional lives that you can celebrate, encouraging further change and growth. Ultimately, you’ll find a way to move past stress and anxiety and start navigating your life with more swagger in each step.
To schedule an appointment for individual therapy, call me at (310) 929-7896 or schedule here today.
WebPsych offers virtual (online) therapy in order to bring the highest quality services to extremely busy professionals. In addition to being the most modern, practical, and convenient delivery of therapy, studies show that it’s often more effective than therapy in person.
Increasingly, it’s less sustainable to stop the flow of your day to get yourself ready for a session, drive through congested Los Angeles traffic, find parking, wait for the session time, and then come out of a session to do it again on the way back to your home or office.
Online therapy, for both individuals and couples, allows you to stay in your personal space, without all the extra steps. You can calmly gather your thoughts before sessions, and instead of getting stuck in heavy traffic afterward, you can think about and integrate what you learned. This thought and memory integration is key to successful and efficient change.
Further, the therapy is just as in-depth, action-oriented, and leads to the same goals and achievements as therapy in person. Studies are also showing that the results of online therapy are longer lasting and more satisfying.
When is virtual therapy not appropriate?
There are some situations in which virtual therapy is not considered appropriate. Certain types of mental illnesses and serious mental disorders, such as major depression, suicidal thinking, and domestic violence are only appropriate for in-person therapy.