As we start to try to answer questions about who we are and what we want out of life, we can feel burdened by the expectations of other people, eventually stifling our true identities so we can stop trying to “fit a square peg in a round hole,” as it were. Adolescents and young/emerging adults deserve better.
You deserve a space where you can be exactly who you are and become exactly who you want to be, in a way that makes you feel seen and validated. At its core, my aspiration is to be exactly the kind of therapist my generational peers and I would have needed in our formative years. A therapist who is authentic, real, nonjudgmental, will call you out when needed (but gently!), and genuinely cares about your success.