to Feel Better
Individual therapy for adults with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and difficulty adjusting to life transitions in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
*Now offering virtual sessions to Pennsylvania residents*
Life is a journey that feels overwhelming at times...
During these times, our thoughts race, our feelings become unmanageable, and we shut down. Our existence is reduced to a constant state of worry, stress, sadness, and defeat. We withdraw from our family, friends, and the things we once enjoyed.
Life is no longer fulfilling.
We want to get to a better place in our lives, but have no idea where to begin.
That's where I come in-
My name is Shaylyn, and I'd like to help empower you to feel better.
As a licensed professional counselor, my greatest passion is helping people face life’s challenges- and I've been successfully doing just that since 2014. I specialize in helping clients with anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, and difficulty adjusting to life transitions learn and implement new coping skills to manage symptoms, address underlying issues, and become self-sufficient. If you are feeling overwhelmed by life’s challenges, let’s connect so that we can discuss what you’re going through and how I can support you.
Which best describes you?
I have racing thoughts that distract me during the day and keep me up at night
I anticipate the worst possible outcomes and fear they will come true
I get so overwhelmed by my responsibilities and then completely shut down
I don’t have the energy or motivation to do anything, even things I used to enjoy
I judge myself harshly for how I look, act, or perform
I feel worthless, or like I don’t deserve good things
I compare myself to others and feel like they are more important, valuable, and well-liked than I am
I feel I’m only valuable to others if I’m doing things for them
How Therapy Works
Schedule a free phone consultation so that we can get to know one another and make sure we're a good fit.
Together we'll set goals for therapy, process underlying issues, and practice new coping skills.
Over time, you'll notice improvements in how you think, feel, and behave. Eventually, you'll be able to manage life's challenges on your own.