Do you struggle with being your true self, knowing what you want and making decisions?
Have you been called too emotional or too sensitive?
Do you hold a negative self-image and feel like you have a fragmented or disempowered sense of self?
Are you having issues and conflict in your intimate relationships?
Do you feel stuck in unhealthy patterns of behavior or thinking?
Are you suffering from the symptoms of complex trauma, depression, anxiety, or mood disorders?
Are you going through a dark night of the soul, loss or a difficult transition?
Do you feel like you don’t belong in your body or this world?
If any of these questions are leading you to seek a therapist, I may be the right fit for you. My name is Michelle Bloom and I am a psychotherapist in Seattle, Washington. I offer individual and couple’s counseling. I welcome all ethnicities, religions, genders, and sexual preferences, including non-heteronormative/monogamous/gender-binary lifestyles or identities.
The true self is our authentic and unique soul essence guiding each one of us on a particular journey filled with purpose and lessons on the path of healing. Stories about the self birth into being based upon the wounds we carry, family upbringing, and cultural conditioning. These influences tend to push aspects of self into the shadow, creating imbalance, confusion, and fragmentation within that get projected into our relationships and lives.
Transformative healing goes beyond learning how to manage symptoms or obtain a static outcome of happiness. Integration occurs naturally when the roots of issues and aspects of the self are brought to conscious awareness, providing the opportunity to re-author the story of suffering as an inward quest to awaken the true self and become whole.
Contact me at email@example.com or call (503)686-8101