We are passionate about working with young professionals who are feeling stuck and stressed. Whether your challenges lie with your job, your dating life, or feeling like you are falling behind your peers, being a young professional in our world today brings with it some unique challenges.


If you are a young professional, you might wonder if what you are going through is a “quarter-life crisis.” This is a time period, usually in your 20s or 30s when you feel stressed and have doubts about how to transition into adulthood (aka the rest of your life). Often I hear from young professionals who are experiencing a quarter-life crisis that they worry that you won’t make the right choices.


What are some ways to know if you are having a quarter-life crisis feels? Do you feel lost? Are you trying to identify what is missing or what to do next? Not knowing what you want to do for work or where you want to live because there are too many options can be paralyzing and wreck your motivation. It is also possible that you know what you want to do next but navigating the transition has proven to be overwhelming.


While being in your 20s and 30s can be an exciting time of life, it can also feel overwhelming.

You might have expected that you would have figured it all out already. But college doesn’t prepare you for navigating your first jobs out of school, deciding what career path to take (especially if its not a clear one) or figuring our dating apps and whether you are ready to take your romantic relationship to the next stage.


This is where therapy comes in. We will tailor the following services to meet your needs:




Lets make sense of what is going on for you now, where you are getting stuck or stressed, and how to build the skills to create the life you want.


We want to help you thrive by teaching you how to mindfully approach your life and work. Through your therapy, we will work together to help you make decisions that are based on your strengths and values.


These are just some issues that individual therapy is great for tackling:


  • Adjusting to a new city when you feel like all you do is work

  • Feeling like an imposter at your job or in grad school

  • Worry that you haven’t figured out what you want to do with your life, so why not grad school?

  • You are still in the first job you took out of college even though you aren’t that interested in it, but don’t know what comes next?

  • You feel pressure to get married and “settle down” as your peers start doing these things

  • You rely on your parents for financial support more than you’d like?

 If this sounds like you, let's roll up our sleeves and get started!