About Tiffany Peeler
Some people say that your high school, college, and early adult years should be the easiest and most fun years of your life. But let’s be honest- that’s often not the case. In fact, these years can be some of the hardest and most confusing. You may suddenly find yourself in an awkward phase of life where your body feels out of control as it changes and your feelings are all over the place. You start discovering insecurities that you never thought of before. You begin experiencing pressures you’ve never felt. You feel anxious about how life is going and fear that your hopes and dreams are slipping away. Your mind is bogged down and it’s challenging to even get your thoughts together. The friendships that always came easy during your younger years are now changing and becoming stressful and complex. To top it all off, you’re trying to discover how to gain healthy independence as you prepare for your future, but you still crave security and support. It’s like a juggling game of independence and dependence. Before you realize it, you’re beginning to act in ways you never would have before. You start to lose yourself while trying to find yourself. Other life stressors such as puberty, starting college, faith crises, breaking up with a first love, career planning and shifting, friendship dynamics, unexpected experiences, and family changes that may happen will really take a toll on you. I say all of this just to say: I get it. I’ve been there. Quite frankly- it sucks. I want to come alongside you during the journey of these tough and confusing years. Using a variety of techniques, I can help you discover your emotions and thoughts and learn to channel them in healthy ways. During this journey, I can assist you in discovering who you are and who you were meant to be. We can get through this together.
Going to therapy can seem intimidating and scary. However, I am confident both you will feel so much better after our first session. I look forward to the opportunity to partner with you and create a healthy and supportive therapeutic relationship!