Susan Evans, Psy.D.
"We are always in a perpetual state of being created and creating ourselves." Daniel Siegel
**Offering online video sessions during covid-19 crisis
A variety of circumstances can lead someone to seek psychotherapy. Sometimes it may be longstanding, difficult emotions, or perhaps painful memories that brought you here. Sometimes a sudden loss, or a life transition may prompt you.
I see therapy as an opportunity to share and explore parts of yourself and your experience that need support, compassion and healing. While it may sound counterintuitive, when you are struggling with known and unknown emotional patterns and difficult feelings, there may lie an opportunity for change. Psychotherapy offers a way to slow things down, focus on how to make things better, and reflect on how hurtful patterns got started, while you work to transform them. By considering therapy, you are taking an important step in shaping a better feeling life.
Please use the links above and look around my web site to learn more. Please feel free to call or email me if you would like to talk or set up an appointment. We can discuss more about what you are looking for and what is best for you.