Sometimes life feels overwhelming. You try and stay busy, distracting yourself so the anxiety doesn’t take over, but by the end of the day, you feel depleted and exhausted. If you just had more time in the day, then you could slow down, reflect and take care of yourself, but this doesn’t seem possible! You’re already a naturally empathic person, but lately that feels exhausting. You seem to give and give with limited fulfillment. Lately, you feel stressed, irritable and alone. It feels so hard, but it doesn’t have to stay that way.
Many times, slowing down is exactly what you need to be your best self. Counseling allows time to explore, reflect and learn new coping skills that help support emotional well being and improve the relationships you have with yourself and those you love.
With a focus on supporting women with anxiety, major life transitions (such as pregnancy, birth, starting a family, change in relationships after baby arrives), postpartum depression and anxiety, role changes (such as becoming a mother), highly sensitive people (HSP), and issues centered around being a creative professional. We will work collaboratively to explore the challenges you are experiencing so you can start to feel more connected, peaceful and confident. You don’t need to suffer alone. Whether you prefer traditional talk therapy, somatic therapy or something more creative, I hope to provide a refuge of support for you to start feeling better.
As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Drama Therapist, Rachel Brousseau offers a range of counseling, psychotherapy and creative arts therapy services to support clients throughout the challenging periods of their lives. She has worked extensively in the area of anxiety to help women, creative professionals, and families challenge the fears that hold them back.
Rachel’s office is located in Burbank, California, a short distance from Toluca Lake, Studio City, Glendale, North Hollywood, Eagle Rock and the greater San Fernando Valley. Her office is accessible for wheelchairs and strollers. Click here to find out more.