Support for People-Pleasers,
Care-Takers, and Adult Children of Narcissists

Helping you stop walking on eggshells and speak your Truth

*All sessions are currently taking place via secure video conferencing*

When you're known as the person who always helps, takes care of, and supports others, it can be very hard to ask for help for yourself.

Sometimes things that seem like they should be so simple feel nearly impossible to actually do. It seems like it should be easy to say no to someone without feeling guilty, or to stand your ground when someone tries to push you into something you don't want to do—but here you are again, doing that thing you hate. It's frustrating, but keeping the peace has always felt like the right thing to do. Trouble is, you're starting to lose sight of who you are in the haze of meeting everyone else's needs.

If this sounds familiar, please know this: you are not alone! It's hard to say no to people we love. The good news is, you can learn how to set boundaries that help create those healthy, loving relationships you crave.

Therapy can help you find your voice again

As a care-taking, people-pleasing adult stuck in a relationship minefield, you may be feeling:

  • Trapped in a negative cycle
  • Best frenemies with analysis paralysis
  • Feeling haunted by toxic, abusive, or manipulative relationships from your past
  • Unsure of yourself and lacking confidence
  • Wondering if you'll ever feel good enough

These feelings and concerns can be so overwhelming, but therapy can help.

It’s never too late to be
what you might have been.

- George Eliot

As your therapist, I can help you be your own person

I'm Amy, and I'm a therapist who specializes in helping adults rediscover their sense of Self.

I understand the unique challenges of growing up with a narcissistic, overbearing, or manipulative family member. I help adults (re)discover their own individual identity, create healthy, loving boundaries in challenging relationships, and heal from the pain of the past. I have special training in Karyl McBride's 5-Step Recovery Model for helping adult children of narcissts heal and reclaim their lives.

There is hope for change

Therapy can provide the support you need to help you create the life you long for. Breaking lifelong patterns is hard work, but I am here to help you change your life.

Therapy can help you:

  • Say no without feeling guilty
  • Create healthy boundaries that allow you to enjoy your relationships
  • Feel more confident in making decisions in your life
  • Make peace with your inner critic

You've worked hard all your life to take care of other people. Now it's your turn, and I am here to help you.

Schedule a consultation today

If you are tired of walking on eggshells and want to create a life you love, reach out to me by emailing me at [email protected] today.

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