You thought you had it all together: you spent four years in college and had all the goals–there was a plan. Maybe you have the great New York City apartment, the job all your friends envy, and the solid salary. You thought your 20’s and 30’s would be the best time of your life.
You wake up one day and think “OMG, I’m miserable! I hate my job! I hate my boss! I hate my partner! I’m depressed and anxious and I don’t know why! I just don’t feel motivated anymore!” People closest to you say you just don’t seem like yourself anymore. You’ve lost the passion to do the things you once enjoyed. You see all your friends on social media living the life you want and you feel like you’re being left behind. You’re stuck but not sure what to do about it.
Who knew adulting would be this difficult?
guess what? I get it!
and I can help.
THIS IS NORMAL AND MORE COMMON THAN YOU REALIZE. THERE’S EVEN A NAME FOR IT:
A “QUARTER LIFE CRISIS.”
IT MAY SOUND CRAZY BUT IT’S REAL.
you’re not alone; you’re at a crossroads.
let me help you get unstuck.
Hi. I’m Ruthie and I’m so glad that you’re here! I know what you’re going through because I’ve been there. I was that 25-year-old living in New York City, experiencing the drama. I went through it all. Therapy helped me understand the emotions, thoughts, and behaviors that were standing in my way of becoming the person I wanted to be. It wasn’t easy! But I’ll be by your side the whole way. I work exclusively online with New York and Florida residents, providing safe, secure, and affordable counseling. I’d love to help you on your journey.
CONVENIENT COUNSELING ON YOUR SCHEDULE.
let’s work together.
when you’re overwhelmed and feel unprepared to face all of life’s choices, don’t worry, take a deep breath.
We can talk about all of these and more:
Anxiety: negative thoughts, panic attacks, excessive worry
Depression: feeling unmotivated, stuck, unsatisfied
Relationship Issues: end of a relationship, dating after a breakup, engagement/marriage
Career Transitions: first job after college, navigating the corporate ladder, changing careers, work-life balance
Family Dynamics: unhealthy boundaries, parent conflicts, childhood trauma