Sometime after birth you notice ‚Äúsomething‚Äù is not right with your child. You reach out to medical professionals, but they cannot find anything wrong. You feel no one believes you because you are “just a Mom”. But you continue your quest and finally a diagnosis is made. Now you begin to make critical decisions about treatment choices for your child. You make the best choices you can with the information you have, but fear others will critically judge your decisions. You are the parent of a special needs child, a completely foreign and unexpected role. You’re keeping it all together on the outside, but feeling profoundly sad inside.You are getting things done, but you are exhausted. You are trying to figure out what this experience means, and how to incorporate it into your life. You want to feel connected to life again, to feel happiness and joy without feeling guilty about it. You aren’t who you used to be and you want to understand who you are now. I can help you get there.I understand this unique process, and I can help you unravel your jumbled thoughts to find clarity and direction in this chapter of your life. My office is a safe, nonjudgmental and compassionate space. Our in-house psychiatrist allows us to provide a team approach for those who receive medication. Visit my website to book online a free 15 min phone consult.