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Be Unappologetically Authentic


You are the person who exudes competence, effectiveness and power.  You are most likely the  individual who is a high achiever within your family, community and/or your profession. Secretly though, you feel like you’re just winging it. 

Everyone sees YOUR success… no one sees the SACRIFICE that it took to get there.

Engage in your actions with purpose and intent.

I work with young and mid level professionals who struggle with symptoms of anxiety/depression. Perhaps others close to you often think or say  ‘Wow s/he really has it together” “or “man, life must be easy for them” – BUT inside you feel like you are barely hanging on or falling apart – then it’s time.   If you’re feeling irritable, resentful, fatigued, desperate, worried, I’d love to work with you. It is time to transform your symptoms of anxiety/depression  or shame into tools that can help you live a more connected life and excel at what you do. My goal for you is to help you find the kind of joy and contentment that makes you wake up with a smile and looking forward to a new day. 

About Janine Braham, LCPC

I am a therapist who works with young and mid- career professionals. At this stage of life, there is this ongoing theme - where the perfectionism, pressure to perform, and people-pleasing that is common in many young women and men is leading to exhaustion, self-sabotage, and burnout. But we still keep doing it instead of taking charge and writing our own narrative. Talking with a friend or family member can often do the trick, but there are times when you might want to speak freely without worrying about being judged, hurting someone’s feelings, receiving unsolicited advice, or risk having what you share not be kept confidential. I guide clients to uncover their inner wisdom, learn to trust themselves, and create the relationships they most desire. The goal of this treatment is to help you feel better and more in control by teaching you different ways of responding to your emotions.

“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.”
Frederick Douglass