THERAPY TO INTEGRATE THE MIND, BODY AND HEART.
JENNIFER KILE, LMFT
Welcome. I'm glad you are here. I'm Jennifer, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My purpose is to create a warm and supportive space and presence, allowing you to explore and integrate all parts of yourself, leading to a deeper sense of knowing, being, and aliveness in your life.
"What would it be like if we could accept life - accept this moment - exactly as it is?"
- TARA BRACH
I believe each of us has the ability to heal ourselves through access to, connection with, and cultivation of our inner resources. Through integration of self – the strengths, the perceived weaknesses, and the life experiences –we can learn to gently let go of that which no longer serves us while strengthening new ways of being that increase a sense of wellness and satisfaction.
DEPRESSION AND /
SELF WORTH AND
Depression may be marked by persistent feelings of hopelessness, sadness, feeling blue, down or empty. Anxiety may show up as constant worry, nervousness, or stress that feels unmanageable and impactful to daily life.
Inner critic refers to an inner voice that judges, criticizes, or demeans a person whether or not the self-criticism is objectively justified. This loud and harsh voice can contribute to a person's diminished sense of worth, and difficult feelings such as shame, inadequacy, or guilt.
GRIEF AND LOSS
Grief is a reaction to any form of loss. Bereavement is a type of grief involving the death of a loved one. Common feelings may include sadness, guilt, anger, and regret.
Negative habits around food and body image are considered eating disorders when they significantly impair a person's health, emotional stability, and ability to function.
MANAGING STRESS /
Emotional overwhelm occurs when the intensity of your feelings outmatches your ability to manage them.
A life transition can be any big and/or relatively recent change your life has undergone. Many find these changes extremely painful and full of uncertainty.