No More Hiding
For some time now I thought about blogging. It's a bit tedious to say the least and with the endless amount of writing that I do I get worried that I won't be able to commit to bringing my audience content on a weekly basis. But after thinking long and heavy, I decided that it was time for me to just get going on it and see what happens. I will let it take its pace and I won't promise to give you what I know I can't offer, which is daily readings. But what I do have is offerings that I hope will sustain you for the next 48-72 hours or even two weeks before the next one comes.
I am here in this space because I want to be, and feel, as humanly as possible. I want to talk about the good, the bad, the evil and compassion alongside grace. Hiding is something that I can be very good at, but this is a place intended for vulnerability, courage and hope.
***And I also have a special announce to make.
I work hard to make sure that everyone feels safe and understands the value of their voice and the power that it carries. I am not about to tell you how to change the world, I mainly want you to focus on how to change yourself. When we look at ourselves from the inside out, we get the opportunity to hear what our souls have to say and we learn about the parts of us that needs healing so that our external circumstances can transform.
What happens in our hearts and our minds truly affect how we live day to day. And I value the sacredness of being able to be consciously aware of what makes me what I am, and why I do the things that I do. It takes a lot of courage for a person to look inside and be honest about what needs fixing or healing. And I am utterly grateful to get the opportunity to sit with those folks in the midst of their darkness and awakening process.
I am so happy to announce that I have partnered with Counseling Space, P.C. and I will be working in private practice treating clients from different population who have severe or mild mental health issues. For over 3 years I have worked in the therapy field with children and adults asynchronously. I worked with youth who have struggled with sexual abuse, low self-esteem, depression and learning disabilities. I sat in AA meetings and walked with those who have been held captive by addiction to drugs and alcohol. I've worked with young men and woman on unveiling their identity, transitioning stages, going through seasons and trying to find balance and self-love through it all.
That work is what I will continue to do and I am glad to have been given the space for that.
No more hiding is how I am transitioning out of 2016 into 2017. I plan to be intentional about my growth process, but will also encourage those who need help on getting to where they are trying to go. I hope you will find trust in me and consider my services if you are in need.
Please read through the scope of my services here on my Psychology Today profile. There, you will also learn about my fees, treatment, and ways to contact me. My office is located in Forest Hills, Queens, NY. And I also offer services over the phone as well as long as you live in NYS.
If you have any questions don't be afraid to reach out via email: firstname.lastname@example.org