About Trinity’s Hope, LLC and what I can do for your anxiety, depression, and spiritual growth
Are you wondering about who we are and what we do? Do you struggle calming anxiety or improving your mood or are you seeking ways to improve your spirituality? You have come to the right place.
Although I am a therapist and have been for 15 years, I have struggled with my own mental health issues, particularly depression and anxiety. People often think that because we are counselors that we always have it together and can do therapy on ourselves. That is not true. We are human beings who struggle just like you.
My hope for you is that you walk away from here feeling encouraged, and also with some useful tools that you can use to manage your mental health, your addiction, or both. My goal is to not only bring awareness to what it is like for people living with mental illness, but for people who struggle living with it to know they are not alone.
What will you find at Trinity’s Hope, LLC for your mental health
What I can give you:
- Useful information and tools you can use to improve your mood
- Hand designed journals
- Tips and tools you can use to relieve your anxiety and calm your racing thoughts
- Personal stories you can relate to that will give you hope
- Information and resources to improve your spirituality, increase your faith in God
- A safe place for you to come and seek solace when you are in need of comfort
- Self-improvement and self-help information
- Resources for you to use on your own at home such as journals, and articles that contain a plethora of self-help items
- Information about how to use journaling and mindfulness to effectively reduce your anxiety and improve your mood
- Encouragement to see a therapist
- Information you can use to get the help you need if you or someone you know is struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues including suicidal ideation. ALWAYS CONTACT 9-1-1 if you or someone you know is verbalizing suicide. Verbalizing suicide is NEVER to be taken lightly or as attention-seeking.
- Genuineness and honesty
- Some good laughs,
- But … most of all, something to carry with you for your Journey of Hope.
What I cannot give you:
- Any promises that the information I provide is going to “cure” your anxiety, depression, or any other mental health disorder
- Professional advice
- Perfection. I am a perfectionist in recovery and have to take care of myself. Part of that is vulnerability. I will never say or even pretend that I am perfect.