How good is your aim?
Aim: (verb) The intention of achieving.
Intent: (adjective) resolved or determined to do (something). Showing earnest or eager attention.
If you feel like you have burnt out, but you don’t quite know why, or what to do about it, if you’re lonely in your own life, unfulfilled, full of anxiety, or are generally stuck in a rut, I can assure you, you have come to the right place! Reap the benefits of talking it out with someone who gets the unconventional longings, the existential concerns, the worry and concern of implementing changes in a time of uncertainty. Know that you will benefit by becoming happy by choice, not by chance.
Hello, and Welcome! My name is Debora Collins, and I am a Psychotherapist located in lovely downtown Ann Arbor, MI.
I specialize in working with individuals who are experiencing burnout in any stage of life. Burnout may look like depression, and may be experienced by doctors, nurses, residents and other caregivers–even of family members, social justice activists, and students of any age.
Sufferers of performance anxiety or stage fright, test anxiety, and social anxiety are issues that I have worked with many clients on. Other matters are also welcome, including anxieties around environmental issues and climate change, general concern for the future, and attachment issues including loneliness and isolation.
My aim is to help you identify your strengths and overcome challenges by intentionally directing your experiences to provide you with a life you are proud of.
I am an inquisitive and engaged person who focuses on helping others live the life that they deserve–one rich with meaning, creativity, and contentment. I am passionate about helping individuals and couples find the one thing that can immediately put them on the path to success…
I came to the practice of psychotherapy later in life, after a successful and rewarding career in the music industry as a video production professional. I have learned many skills which aid in my ability to connect with others quickly, and in a reassuring manner. Having an arts background helps me comfortably blend the tools available to me when I work with diverse clients in diverse situations.
“Success is a journey, not a destination. The doing is often more important than the outcome.” ~Arthur Ashe