Therapy for Young Adults in Somerville, MA

Available Online Throughout Massachusetts

Everyone says your 20s are so great, so why doesn’t it feel that way?

Your young adulthood is a time of so much change. You might be a college student, a new grad, you might be newly navigating the working world, you might be living the single life and loving it, you might be partnered and confused about why it doesn’t feel like everything you hoped it would. Your friends might be on a totally different path and you might find yourself playing the comparison game. Maybe you’re also questioning your identity or your feelings about what romantic partnerships are “supposed” to look like. 

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Does any of this sound like you?

  • You feel overwhelmed and don’t know where to start.
  • You feel misunderstood, maybe even by yourself.
  • You feel like you are wandering through life, unsure of who you are and what you want.
  • You feel like you’re falling behind some kind of timeline.

If this resonates with you, you’re in good company. These are super common thoughts and feelings and things everyone experiences at various points in time. You’re in the right place. 

Maybe you’re feeling ready for support, but you don’t know what you’d actually say, or you doubt that you even have anything to say. Maybe you’re unsure that what you’d say would even make any sense. That’s totally okay, I got you. 

How Therapy Works

I know that scheduling a first appointment with a new therapist – or a first therapist – can kick up a lot of anxiety. You might be unsure about needing or even wanting help, and you’re finding yourself somehow trying both to talk yourself into and out of scheduling an appointment at the same time. I know it can feel overwhelming, so let me help you understand what you can expect after reaching out.  

Once you contact me I’ll reply with some general information and we’ll work on finding a mutually available time to meet. Once we do that, we’ll meet for the first time and we’ll talk about what prompted you to seek support and how I might be able to support you. Again, it’s completely okay to not have all the answers – therapy, if nothing else, is a process. 

The most important piece of therapy is establishing safety and trust in the relationship we have together. I will help create and hold a space for you where you feel comfortable sharing your story and struggles fully, openly, and freely.

Sessions with me are 50-minutes long and typically occur weekly and virtually.

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