Loving Ourselves and Owning Our Story
When evaluating thinking with clients, I ask two key things: is this true? Is this helpful? By starting with these questions we can start to identify which thoughts serve us and which don't. Often we say things to ourselves that are both untrue and unhelpful. By starting to rethink our thinking, we can start to better understand and love ourselves and our story.
“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we’ll ever do.”
– Brené Brown
Yael Eiserike, LCSW, Juris Doctor and Clinical Supervisor
As a lawyer-turned-social worker, I know the power of a good question. I am passionate about helping clients with sleep, anxiety, panic, and difficulties managing high-intensity careers. My clients share that I have been tremendously supportive in helping them work through these challenges, in addition to moving through grief and loss. Whether it be the loss of a loved one, a career, or way of life, I can be a strong partner, even in working through all of the inevitable transitions required of the pandemic.
Yael is currently accepting online clients. To learn more about her schedule and availability, call/ text / email her at (424) 254-9622; Yael@pacificmft.com