So, maybe "get it together" just means that it's finally time to to take a step in a new direction.
Therapy can help.
I offer a different flavor of therapy. I believe in just being real. I am a little irreverent, I swear, and often use humor in my work. And I love what I do. I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship - I've witnessed it from both sides of the room. Where your humanity and my humanity meet, real change can happen. I know how much courage it takes to make this first step. But once you do, I'll be with you the rest of the way.
While I am skilled at working with a broad range of issues and concerns, I have specific competence in the areas of gender, sexuality, sex & intimacy, and relationship. I practice from sex-positive and body-positive perspectives, and I am LGBTQIA, kink, and poly-affirmative. I work with individuals, couples/intimate partners, and groups to uncover and remove blocks to authenticity, loving & connected relationships, and a fulfilling life.
"Get it together, Huff!" is something I say to myself on a regular basis. But how often do we stop
to think about what getting it together would actually mean? What would life look like if you woke up
I imagine that you're here because the idea of getting it together appeals to you; because you have
some goal in mind for personal growth or life in general. Or because you just feel like things have really
fallen apart. Either way, you're tired of feeling unhappy and stuck.
tomorrow and were magically "together?" Or what steps would you need to take in order to get to that