"Life is difficult." That's a Scott Peck quote. Three simple words, but isn't it true on a bad day? The sunny days seem like they'll never come again. But just embracing that thought-quote is the second step to healing.You've already taken the first step, which is realizing that the listening ear of a therapist just might be helpful. After graduating from Boston U, my emphasis became adolescents, family relationships, and women's issues. This is my practice emphasis, but my door is open to all who are interested in growth and self-reflection.
Being solution-focused and having extensive experience with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma,family issues, etc. my websites will hopefully shed light on available services to you and/or your family: www.parentscarecounseling.com and www.womenintransitiontoday.org
On a personal note, having raised a large family and having grappled with many similar family and personal issues, I have a heightened sense of awareness in terms of resources, techniques applied, and avenues taken. Remember, the only bad decision is no decision. Allow me accompany you on the journey!