You are not feeling like yourself, you have distanced yourself from friends and family. You are afraid everyone knows but you have told no one.

Sexual assault can leave this imprint where it can feel like you have it written on your forehead and someone will guess what happened at any moment. It feels safer to distance yourself from others instead of going out but not fully participating in the conversations and feeling uncomfortable the entire time. Your body feels like a stranger and panic attacks are all too frequent.

You feel exhausted and have no clue what to do.

You would never say it out loud but you are exhausted, anxious, depressed, and overall out of balance. You wish you could trust others enough to tell them to get some support but you feel ashamed and afraid that they may judge or blame you like you have been doing to yourself.

You don’t have to navigate this alone.

You can learn how to take back control of your life and feel like you are living again through therapy. I combine my years of clinical training and counseling experience to help you:

  • Overcome shame, blame and guilt

  • Understand what is happening

  • Cope with anxiety

  • Participate in your life again

  • Connect with others

  • Learn this new version of yourself

  • Regain control in your life

Learn how counseling can help you regain control in your life so you can start living again.