Where there’s a will, there’s a way to get better

Talking about what’s troubling you on the inside can help.

Whether you’re working through a relationship, coping with the overwhelming sadness of losing a loved one, experiencing difficulty with a child or juggling the demands of life and work, talking about what’s troubling you on the inside can help you grow and blossom on the outside.

Feeling irritated and frustrated, 
not living up to your expectations.

Maybe you feel irritated and frustrated because you’re not living up to your expectations. You compare yourself to others and feel like you’re falling behind. To the world, it looks like you’re as content as can be. Smiling on the outside but frightened and insecure on the inside. People you meet think, “She’s got it together”, yet you think you're falling apart.

Maybe you’re dealing with something else.

Something too personal to share with someone you know, yet so private you may not want to admit it even to yourself. You feel trapped, caught in a web that’s spinning out of control with no end in sight. There is a way out. There is a light at the end of even the darkest tunnel. To find it you just need to know where to look.

“Hope helped me to reconnect with myself and understand my feelings better. That helped me share how I feel with the people I love in a new way.”

FEMALE PATIENT 2017

There is a light at the end of even the darkest tunnel. To find it you just need to know where to look.

Talk the talk so you can walk the walk

Talk therapy is more than just talk. It’s engaged listening. It’s a bridge to healing. It helps you reconnect not only with yourself but with those around you. Sometimes we need someone to talk to. Sometimes we need someone to listen. And sometimes we need both.

I’d be happy to answer any questions.

To schedule a 15-minute complimentary phone consultation, call me at 919-727-8314 or send me an email at hpanara@me.com to set up a time that’s convenient for you.

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I am a Licensed Psychological Associate in North Carolina since 1993. 

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