Marcy Daniels MSW, RSW
You’re so done with going to bed every night feeling like a failure.
You feel guilty that you are barely keeping it together at work, in your relationship, and for your kids.
You’re exhausted by the feeling of drowning in your problems and you’re no longer willing to go on faking that everything is fine.
You knew that you’d face moments of disappointment, that there would be disagreements and that life would sometimes feel chaotic.
But you honestly thought that you’d be able to build a fulfilling life and a marriage that felt close and connected.
So when you look at your life now, it feels so discouraging. It is nothing like what you imagined it would be.
It feels out of control, empty and joyless.
And on your worst days, you find yourself thinking you’d just rather stay in bed to avoid the exhaustion and and anxiety of dealing with the mess.
Hi, I’m Marcy,
I want you to know that in many ways I’m just like you.
I’ve known the pain and uncertainty that life can bring, leaving you breathless.
I’m skilled at what I do, not only because of education, experience and clinical supervision, but because my passion for the work and greatest insights come from having been knocked down and needing to learn how to get back up.
You see, the truth is, that at one time or another, most of us find ourselves in a particularly difficult season of life, stretched beyond what we could have ever imagined, wondering how we’ll even make it through.
And doing it alone is hard to do.
But, that doesn’t mean you can’t figure it out, it simply means you need someone to help guide you there.
You’re probably way more comfortable being there for others, listening to their problems and paying attention to their needs.
Asking for help is not something you do.
But right now, your problems feel like more than you can handle on your own.
And although it might feel like there is no way out of these dark places, I want to loan you some hope. What might seem like the death of the vision you had for your life or relationship can actually become a doorway into change and new growth.
I believe that the power of us working together will make a difference
As a Clinical Social Worker, I help women who are tired of feeling like a mess on the inside recognize their strengths, get clear on their values and equip them with helpful strategies- so they can enjoy a more fulfilling life and quit being so hard on themselves.
I teach couples that feel alone and frustrated in their marriage how to build emotional closeness and experience greater intimacy and connection – so they can remember why they fell in love in the first place and feel like they are navigating life’s challenge together.