Welcome to Therapy!
Are you at your wit’s end and feel like something has to give, but you have nothing left in you. It’s not like you have been ignoring what is happening in your life, but you are tired and you’re ready to give up. You have reached out to family, friends, and maybe even coworkers but it has left you feeling more alone and unsupported.
You look at your relationships, your day to day routines, how you feel about yourself, and it leaves you feeling empty...discouraged. Your stomach is in knots, your head is tense from every decision, you’re not sleeping, and there is no time to just let loose and have fun. You want to stop the negative thoughts, the doubts, the fears, and unwanted emotions that keep you stuck in your pain, but you can’t. Sure, you’ve got faith and you believe there is something more to this world – BUT it still feels like it’s all on you to make life happen.
But as broken as you feel, we here at Honor Your Emotions, INC believe there is a cure and solution for every impossible situation. You just need someone to help you discover it, without feeling judged and humiliated. Often people come to us overwhelmed but they leave feeling confident and equipped to handle life’s challenges. Whether it’s your child, teen, your relationship, marriage, or even YOU, we teach our clients how to move through life’s struggles and into the next positive stage of their lives.
We utilize simple, authentic, practical, and scientifically proven therapeutic skills because we want to make sure that you get better. Whether you are struggling with depression, grief, anxiety, low self-esteem, parenting, relational difficulties, or just stress in general...reach out for your free 15-minute consultation, and take back your life TODAY.
If you’re interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you, we’d love to work with you every step of the way. Please contact us today!
Connie Hwang, LMFTTalk with someone who just gets it! I won’t pretend to know your life or have all of the answers, but I do know what it is like for me to be a professional Asian woman pursuing love and happiness in a world that is not always affirming. Coming from a bicultural background, I believe Read more
Tangia Elieff, LCSWMy name is Tangia Elieff, and I have been working in the mental health field for over 17 years. Throughout my career I’ve had the opportunity to work within the educational school system, residential treatment facilities, a child psychiatric hospital, child protection services, family preservation centers, nonprofit agencies, foster and adoptive organizations, and adult/children community Read more
Shequita Jones, LCSWChildren and teens go through so many changes and transitions. It can sometimes feel like you have a different kid day to day. One day you think things are finally heading in the right direction, the next day it feels like it is worse than it has ever been! My name is Shequita Jones and Read more