Do you have low self-esteem, perfectionism, and/or control issues?
Do you want to feel better about yourself and improve your relationships?
Do you feel like you never really had a childhood?
Many of my clients grew up in families in which the children took care of
their parents' needs rather than the other way around. There are a number of
things that can lead to this sort of situation, including parental alcoholism,
mental illness, or chronic physical illness.
One of my favorite parts of my counseling practice is leading counseling
groups for women who grew up families like this. The group members
hear the others tell stories about their lives, and they realize that they’ve
all had similar experiences. They find support and deep connections, and
they help one another to overcome the effects of their childhoods.
If you recognize yourself in what I’ve said here, I’d love to have you
join my group, which is held every other Saturday morning from 10:00 AM
I think you’ll be amazed at how quickly and easily you will become
comfortable with the other group members. And you’ll learn how to
change your thoughts, feelings, and actions so that you can become
the person you were meant to be. If you're interested in the group,
please fill out the form below.
*ACoA (Adult Children of Alcoholics) is a term that refers to people who grew up in
alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional families.
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