Hello and thank you for connecting with me! If you have made your way to my site, it is most likely because you are having a difficult time in your relationships, or you have been struggling to resolve old wounds from previous relationships. Perhaps, you feel stuck, as though you can't move beyond your past experiences of being abused, abandoned, or hurt. Or maybe, you are not sure what the issue is, and you just know that you need help to move beyond this unhealthy period in your life. In our work together, I can work with you to put an end to the abuse that you continue to endure. I can help you learn how reconnect with yourself and experience love in a healthy way.
In my work, I specialize in working with those who struggle with feeling unloved, overly anxious, put others' needs ahead of their own, and have a history of having unhealthy relationships. I specialize in treating emotional, mental, and psychological trauma caused by verbally and emotionally abusive relationships with families and intimate partners. I provide individual and group counseling services for adults who are looking to heal, become unstuck, and move past those old emotional wounds. In addition to in-person counseling, I provide on-line and phone counseling services.
My mission is to "help you to find the source of your suffering, reduce stress, heal your emotional scars, and create and sustain healthy relationships."
- Natalie Jones, LPCC, PsyD.
In life, I understand that sometimes your experiences making it challenging for you to:
- trust and believe in yourself, without feeling like you are going to fail
- be in healthy loving relationships, where you can trust those around you without feeling like you want to sabotage them or that they want to sabotage you
-be in control of and have a healthy way of balancing your job, family, school, and other obligations
- acknowledge and deal with pain from old emotional wounds.
I am here to help you with all of these things. We can work together to create a stronger, healthier, and more resilient version of you!
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