Your loved one has been diagnosed with a major illness, cancer, or dementia. Whether it’s your child, your parent, your spouse, or a significant other, it can feel overwhelming. It is your job now to take care of them, but you can’t make it all better. They are not behaving as you think they “should”, and this can be frustrating. Maybe they are even taking it out on you.
• Maybe you feel like you are drowning. • Maybe you are angry and feel guilty for feeling that way. • Maybe you feel like you just can’t keep doing this. • Maybe you feel trapped. • Maybe you’re just exhausted, and don’t know what to do or where to turn…
You do not have to figure it out on your own.
Schedule a free telephone consultation now.
I can walk with you as we discover how to manage these unchartered waters. There is a delicate balance that is necessary to be an effective caregiver. Self-care is a must and together we will discover what self-care looks like for you. I offer a safe environment to express your feelings without judgement. I will validate your feelings and together we will identify and practice tools that will help you cope positively with your duties as a caregiver and help you to be your best self.
I will help you learn to be an advocate for your loved one while still granting them the dignity and control that they need to feel whole.
If dementia is the diagnosis that your loved one carries, I bring to the table extensive experience working with both people who have dementia and their families. I will provide support and education to ease families into acceptance of the new reality that they face.
Let me care for you as you learn to care for them.