caring for those Who care for others

Being a care-giver for a loved one can be overwhelming, stressful, draining, challenging, lonely, and much more.

As a family care-giver accountability partner, mentor, advocate, and trained in mental health first aid, I help care-givers find ways of obtaining and continuing their stability, manage difficult situations, maintain healthy relationships, and find joy and strength by creating a clear plan of action using current aspirations to reach future goals.

Family care-givers suffer from symptoms that very often go unaddressed which can cause mental, emotional, and physical challenges.

“The vast majority of health care is actually provided by families, not by healthcare professionals”

Richard Adler & Rajiv Mehta, National Alliance for Caregiving