I am interested in caregiver support, and understand the essential need for self-care for those who are providing care for loved ones. When we are caring for others, be they children, loved ones, aging parents, or in a care-giving profession, we can easily lose sight of how important it is to prioritize our own care and health. After all, taking the time and effort to care for ourselves in a vital and truly loving way sends an important message to ourselves: That we are truly worth the effort. Self-care is so much more than bubble baths and pedicures (although I enjoy those as well). Self-care is suiting up and showing up for ourselves, the way we would for loved ones. Are you interested in finding out more about how to do this and move yourself up on your own list of priorities? This could be a wonderful opportunity for you to finally focus on yourself and make the changes you have wanted to.
I have a long history as a mental health counselor, having worked for years with folks who have depression, anxiety, personality disorders, thought disorders, and substance use disorders, as well as others. I encourage you to call to discuss your needs and how I can help.