Are you feeling overwhelmed with feelings of guilt, exhaustion and/or worry while caring for a loved one?
Do you feel like no one understands what you are really struggling with?
Would you like to learn ways you can take care of yourself while also caring for your loved one?
If you answered "Yes" to any of the above questions, then you can benefit from talking with a knowledgeable professional like myself. I assist individuals who care for a loved one, find ways to manage their responsibility, cope with their feelings and learn about resources that can potentially reduce the stress they are experiencing. My areas of expertise include helping individuals and families understand diseases likes Alzheimer's disease and Multiple Sclerosis, exploring ways to get a loved one to accept care, and dealing with feelings of anxiety. Reaching out to a therapist is a big step and, for some individuals, knowing what to ask for is often the biggest barrier to getting help. As a result, I encourage many of the individuals who visit my site, to visit the Caregiver Blog to learn more about the common topics people contact me about. If after doing so, you would like to schedule an appointment or call for a free 20-minute consultation, I can be reached directly at (718) 314-9280 firstname.lastname@example.org*
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