Erika Cherry, MS, LMHC
It is my belief that the mind, body, and spirit are 3 parts of the whole self. Each operating in unity with the others to create a sense of balance in one’s life. Losing that balance, whether due to trauma or life's many transitions, can lead to you to experience feelings of inadequacy, anxiety, sadness, or other physical and emotional symptoms associated with depression and can often lead to unhealthy ways of dealing with life. Being off balance can look different for each person, and when left unchecked... the symptoms associated with this imbalance can begin to affect your relationships, your job, and other areas of your life.
I take a holistic integrative approach to treatment. Meaning that we will explore the dimensions and intersections of your life to figure out what therapeutic techniques would best meet your needs. I will also encourage the use of self-care outside of therapy. So we will work together to find your sustainable modes of self-care while taking this journey.
Emotional work is hard and the process of healing can sometimes leave you feeling worse than when you started. However, your mental wellness is my priority and I am committed to walking with you on this journey to bring perspective, clarity, and balance back to your life. Reaching out today can be your first step towards self-care and healing.