Melissa Satti, MA, LLPC Professional Counselor
About this pro
Are you struggling with a painful experience and pretending everything is still okay? Are difficult, negative people making life miserable for you? Do you feel lonely, or like youâre on an emotional roller coaster and desire to end the wild ride? Itâs difficult to go through each day, feeling frenzied to get out of the rut of unsatisfying relationships, daily job stress, worries about your future or that of your child and the sense of disconnection from how life was supposed to be. You can get unstuck, and Iâm here to help. Being the single woman who feels left out and lonely when surrounding you are old friends pairing up and looking as if their lives couldnât be more blessed, is a difficult position to be in. Supporting yourself on your own and at the end of the day, having energy and time to make new friends is stressful and difficult. What you really want is to be more deeply connected, to express more clearly your dreams and your voice, and know what steps will let you live the best possible life. Maybe you know that nothing will change if you don't get help. Deep in your heart, you are aware that whatâs at stake for you is not merely current happiness, but also future success. Working with me can help you see whatâs occurring in your life from new perspectives. I have experience with these specific issues and can show you how to find your voice, end loneliness, and create the life you yearn for. If youâre similar to others who have worked with me, perhaps you believe that time will sort out things. But has that previously really worked to your advantage? Perhaps people tell you that thereâs nothing wrong with you, that you donât need counseling, and that might be true, but still, youâre miserable feeling anxious, lonely, sad, and like time is running out on you. Why have yourself go through that when you donât need to? Spend a minute to visualize what it would be like to feel truly connected to supportive, positive people. Life doesnât need to be a struggle. However, waiting improves nothing. Take the first step to happiness. I help women find emotional health.
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Connection is really important. Try to meet with your counselor 3 times before determining if they are or aren't a good fit for you. Trust and rapport take time to build so giving it time to develop. Also having realistic expectations about how long therapy might take to help you with your problem can get you started off on the right foot with a clear vision.