You Get Out What You Put In
Updated: Dec 7, 2021
Next Tuesday, I am starting an 8-week group support program. Each week a new topic will be covered dealing with an area or mental health and mental wellness. This group is about finding non-judgmental and empathetic support in a community environment.
I am very excited to start the group and help people learn concrete tools and strategies.
What I’m most excited about however, is the opportunity to work with clients who have:
a) demonstrated incredible strength and courage in reaching out for help
b) are ready to put in the work, honesty and vulnerability necessary to effect positive change in their lives.
I have had the chance to hop on intro calls with some remarkable people. The clients who have come on board for the program so far are awesome. They have displayed self awareness and determination in a big way.
You get out of it what you put in. That’s it. It’s that easy and that hard. And I will be doing the work alongside them. Putting in that work can be tough. It can take a lot out of you and challenge you in ways you didn’t expect but very little worth doing is easy.
“The Work” can feel like this nebulous term that is so vague we don’t know where to start. What I do is take that concept and make it concrete. Through homework, worksheets and weekly challenges I help clients internalize the concepts discussed and implement new skills in their routine to better their mental health. Doing “The Work” is difficult and energy consuming, but in the end it is always worth it.
If you are ready to put in the work, to invest in yourself and to take on an 8-week commitment, this program is for you and we would love to have you join us.
Book your free intro call today; I‘m excited to meet you! Let’s chat about what you are struggling with and how I can best support you. Making a change can be daunting but I promise you it will be a change for the better.