• You pour yourself into your work, it is time to pour into your own cup.

    Therapy for Professionals & Students

    Experiences with adversity increase our susceptibility to burnout, depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem. This is normal and reaching out takes a lot of courage. You are not alone and there is hope for a better tomorrow.


    "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion."
    -Dalai Lama

    Whether you are a professional, a student,  in healthcare, or you just want compassion-focused care, Compassionate Voice Counseling can guide you to grow, heal, and thrive by helping you learn to effectively challenge the negative internal voices that come from experiencing toxic or traumatizing environments and relationships.

    Often those who have been through the most in life are the ones who are working the most diligently to help others.  Through cultivating self-compassion we learn to create an inner voice that helps us instead of continuing to harm us.  This approach is good for anyone who wants to mindfully and intentionally work through their experiences with adversity and the barriers that are holding them back from living a more satisfying life. It is especially helpful for those with trauma histories and those who are experiencing workplace burnout, bullying, secondary traumatic stress, and/or compassion fatigue.

    You might initially be hesitant to seek out help and support, and I know that the first step is hard to take, but when you do you will be so glad you did!

    If you’re interested in living a more satisfying life
    get started and please get in contact today!

    In-person service options will be resumed soon!

    Greensboro is conveniently located between Winston Salem, Kernersville, High Point, and Burlington.

    About Me

    I specialize in working with professionals and adult students who experience burnout and/or compassion fatigue (secondary traumatic stress) as a result of high demand programs or work environments.

    Often times my clients identify as over-achievers, perfectionistic, or with people-pleasing. Almost always there is some level of anxiety and a struggle with effectively setting boundaries. Also they may have difficulties managing their work due to a underlying concerns with ADHD, trauma, low self-esteem or a mood disorder. Whatever the issue, the overall goal is to find greater work/life balance and to recover motivation and energy to enjoy life more.

    I have been burned out and traumatized by my work before. It is possible to recover and feel empowered. I would love to support you in your own journey! Contact me today for a free consultation.