I absolutely love working with women who are 40 and older. Strong confident women, you are up before 6 and have rode 15 miles on your Peloton before many hear their alarm clocks. You are either back in the dating world or you may be on your 2nd or 3rd marriage. You are a lady of influence in your respective industries. You often struggle with insecurity, poor boundaries and overcoming shame from past and present relationships. You want someone to love you, you feel empty lonely and sometimes afraid.

A Therapy Practice for Women

You are well dressed, well spoken, well educated... appearing to have it all together. You step out feeling confident and looking successful, yet you are exhausted, drained and feel unappreciated. Overworked, overwhelmed, and stressed out. You are the "go to" person during the day and at night you find your mind racing with thoughts of everything you must do for everyone else. Stretched to the limit, trying to do it all. Neglecting yourself while caring for others. You struggle to prioritize time to create the best version of you. You are counting the hours until the house is quiet and you can have a glass of wine or two, or finish the leftover cake- Frustrated.



Strong women rise from the ashes of their former selves. They are built from the fires of hardship and struggle
— — Aimee Barnes Pestano

We specialize in working with women who are "Type A" personalities. Driven, ambitious women who appear to have it all together. Women who are perfectionist and graciously competitive. Women who nurture and work seemingly limitless. Women who are "conflicted" introverts..... to the world you appear to be outgoing, energetic, and you command attention when you enter a room, yet you are self reflective and enjoy, no, crave private time to recharge.

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We can help!!

IMAGINE... YOU BEING A GREAT PARENT AND PARTNER, EXCELLING IN YOUR CAREER, SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY, LOOKING RUNWAY READY (I MIGHT ADD) ALL WHILE PRIORITIZING CREATING THE BEST VERSION OF YOU.

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