I WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE.
WHERE DO I START?
Everyone should get to live the life they want. But if you are struggling to get there, most likely something needs to change. But what? And where do you start?
Sometimes, if we’re lucky, we know exactly what needs to change – a job, a living situation, or a certain relationship. Other times, we know that something’s wrong – but we don’t what that something is.
MARTY MAIDENBERG, MA, LMHC, NCC
I’ve been through this myself.
I had a career that took me all over the world, working closely with some of the most interesting and sought-after people in my chosen field. But when I realized that it wasn’t making me happy – when I saw that a big part of me remained – I knew I needed to make a change.
And If I didn’t, something in me was going to break.
I made that change. I went back to school and got my master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from NYU. It was a scary thing to do, but it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.
Now I work with clients to make just that kind of change.
Through a program that involves introspection, confronting fears, and restructuring and replacing negative self-dialog, I help clients see what’s possible. I want you to have a life that you want to live – and not just live through. Together we build a path forward – one that makes you feel “more like yourself” and brings you back to what’s important in your life.
DO ANY OF THESE STATEMENTS
SOUND LIKE YOU?
Here's are some testimonials that
I’ve been given permission to share:
“I thought I wasn’t good enough to actually go for what I really wanted. It was a big deal for me to find out that was really all just in my head.”
“My boss always just made me feel worthless. I let him have power over me for far too long.”
“I want my future 90-year-old self to be proud of me. I feel so much closer to that goal now.”
“I never took time for myself. I was so busy helping everyone else. It’s was great to learn that I can say no once in a while!”
If you’re ready to make the next step, let’s get started.
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