Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses

Person Centered Therapy and Accommodation Letters in Eastern North Carolina

Are you tired of feeling tired?

Maybe you have to advocate for yourself at every turn, or perhaps others just don’t understand how exhausting it is just to exist day-to-day. You may be avoiding asking for help, or simply avoiding others completely. Perhaps you’re feeling frustrated with your body and the systems you have to navigate.

With all that you’re experiencing, you’re seeing how this affects everything:

    • Struggling to keep up at work and school
    • Feeling disappointed when you have to cancel on your friends yet again
    • Increased anxiety as the world around you goes back to “normal” while you do not (or cannot afford to do so)

Person centered therapy and accommodation letters can help.

It may feel impossible now, but you can figure out how to navigate the day-to-day difficulties. You can find the time and energy to do the things you enjoy. You can get back to knocking it out at work and school. And I can help you get there.

Person centered therapy helps you do these things:

  • Identify what is and isn’t in your control
  • How to advocate for yourself in ways that get results
  • Learn the tools that will help you help yourself, so you can find your best life again

I’ll help through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and circumstances. My approach to person centered therapy and accommodation letters comes from having disabilities and chronic illnesses, as well as a background in rehabilitation studies.  

You don’t have to live life feeling frustrated and limited.

Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses

Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses FAQs

What are sessions like?

We will meet online through Zoom. The initial assessment lasts up to 90 minutes, and ongoing sessions last 60 minutes.

During sessions we will focus on what is important to you. And we will figure out how to deal with it in ways that make sense to you.

You know yourself best.

How long do I need to be in therapy?

How long you are in therapy is up to you. We could meet weekly or every other week. And once you feel comfortable enough, we can move back to once a month or less.

How do I know if this will work for me?

If you want therapy where your disabilities and chronic illnesses are taken into account, while also not only focusing on them, you have found the right place.

How do we get started?

Reach out! We will set up a short phone call or Zoom meeting to discuss any questions or concerns you might have.

We will talk about scheduling, pricing, and explain the process.