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Individual Therapy
Caregivers of Terminally Ill Loved Ones or Family Members with Dementia

Are you the primary caregiver for a terminally ill parent or family member? Or perhaps you are the primary caregiver for a loved one with dementia, including Alzheimer's? Are you struggling with feelings of guilt and overwhelm? 

Juggling your own family's needs, your home, and your career with the care of an ill loved one can be difficult and isolating. Caregivers often find it challenging to know when it's time for hospice (in-home or in a facility) and hesitate to take the first step.

 

80% of Americans suffering from some form of dementia are being cared for at home. When caregivers wonder if their family member would be better served in a nursing home, assisted living, or memory care home, it can trigger both feelings of guilt and relief.

With my life experience of caring for terminally ill family members, I can help you navigate this difficult time in your life. You are not alone, and you should not suffer alone.

 

I believe in the importance of building a solid client-therapist relationship, validating your unique experience, and helping you with your role as a caregiver. Taking care of yourself in this stage of life is crucial so you can continue to care for your loved one and make the right decisions for them. We can process your concerns/thoughts/feelings in sessions, and I can also provide you with different resources to assist you.

Please get in touch so we can discuss your needs and how I can help.

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