Start Enjoying Your Life Again
In therapy, you will learn practical strategies and solutions for managing your unique situation
Therapy Provides The Skills You Need to Manage Your Life
Taking Care of Yourself
It’s hard to make time for yourself. You see others doing it but you’re not sure how. When you try, you feel guilty or lazy. You’re stressed and overwhelmed, but it doesn’t feel like you have the option to stop and take care of yourself. You know you need to take care of yourself, you just don’t know how to get started.
The great news is that therapy can give you the tools and resources you need to slow down. When our work together is done, you will no longer believe you don’t have time to stop and take care of yourself.
Being an Overachiever
You find yourself working harder than other people. You find yourself caring more about certain things than other people. These are great traits, but when left unchecked they can wreak havoc on our personal lives and mental wellbeing.
In counseling, you’ll learn to find a healthy balance between overachieving and taking care of yourself. You’ll identify strategies to help you build the life you want to live.
Setting Boundaries with Others
You try to prioritize your mental health. You keep saying you’ll find a counselor when things settle down. It seems like everyone needs something from you. At the end of the day, you don’t have enough energy to take care of yourself.
In counseling, you’ll learn to identify what makes you feel responsible for everyone else’s problems and start taking care of yourself without feeling guilty or lazy. You’ll learn to set boundaries with confidence.
Therapy Provides Answers & Direction
You’ll always have things on your to do list. Don’t let each one be the reason you procrastinate.
Most clients report by the end of the first session, they feel a sense of relief and have hope that things will get better.
Within the first few sessions, you’ll learn practical strategies to manage your stress and anxiety, and set boundaries with confidence.
Hi! I'm Rachael Myers, LCSW
I love teaching people the skills they need to lead happier, healthier lives.
I stress the importance of finding the right therapist because I believe people can progress much faster, and further with the right person.
I’m a small-town Texas girl. I tend to be straightforward.
The best compliment I’ve ever received is that I’m “more practical” than most.
I’m a military wife, a stepmom, and a follower of Christ.