PEACE OF MIND THERAPY
Holding the patience for you until you can hold it for yourself
Are you experiencing challenges in your relationship that you want to fix, or do you feel like you're in a job that's holding you back and you have issues with anxiety, self-esteem, or setting boundaries with people in your life? Is life feeling tough to navigate, and you might be relying on partying to cope with stress? If any of these issues resonate with you, we might be a good fit to work together.
I offer therapy sessions in the comfort of your own home, car, or after work. Additionally, I provide empowering webinars to further support your personal growth. As a straightforward therapist, my goal is to help you achieve the life you desire. If this approach aligns with what you're looking for, feel free to reach out via phone or email, or you can book a free check-in called "talked to me" under services. Let's work towards finding peace of mind and creating the life you want.
RONICA M. CLARK, LMFT #103244
Holding the patience you need for yourself
A little bit about myself: As a licensed marriage and family therapist, I have specialized training in handling suicidal thoughts, and I am also certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional. Since starting my practice in 2019, therapy has become a deeply fulfilling part of my life. My passion lies in helping individuals find solutions to the challenges they face.
I understand that confronting these difficulties can be tough, but I believe that practicing patience with oneself is crucial. Patience plays a vital role in various aspects of life, including our feelings, health, and navigating through crises. Embracing our humanity and allowing ourselves the time and space to heal and grow are essential elements of the therapeutic journey.
I'm here and ready to support you through your own unique journey. If you're seeking guidance and someone to stand by your side, don't hesitate to reach out. Together, we can work towards finding the solutions and inner peace you desire.
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