The impetus to start focusing on my mental health came after I experienced a massive burnout while finishing law school. As I had over eight years of university education, multiple diplomas, and was previously always a top student, I was quite confounded with this sudden enfeeblement. As I struggled in the following years to get my life back on track, I felt immensely dissatisfied with most of my therapists. Certainly, they were very well-meaning individuals, but frustratingly, they were fixated upon addressing emotions; I am naturally an analytical person, and felt the need to first rectify my intellectual blockage before proceeding further with therapy. I thus embarked upon my own healing journey; for the past six years I have read over 50+ accredited books on psychology, therapy, and self-help. With herculean effort, I was able to reach a point in my life where I am sufficiently confident in myself. I began talking with friends, peers, and others who struggled with their mental health, and was surprised at just how effective my analytical self-help methods proved.
At that point, I realized that I needed to open up, to reach out to others who are struggling with the same issues that I am so painstakingly overcoming. As a former teacher, I know firsthand how to impart knowledge in an effective manner. As a current lawyer, I am able to apply a unique legal perspective to therapy that other therapists might not have the luxury of being acquainted with. And as an individual who earnestly hopes to help others, I am compassionate to your struggles and hope to help you overcome the hurdles preventing you from becoming the best version of yourself.