Progress Not Perfection
Going through many, many different names, I chose Progress Not Perfection Counseling, as the name of my private practice. The statement "progress not perfection" is often used in the recovery community, meaning that we all have flaws and to strive for perfection, is not realistic. It is important to acknowledge and celebrate our progress and accomplishments. Recovery and life are full of setbacks, failures, and delays, as well as wins, goals, and appreciation.
I created this practice to support those in recovery from substance abuse, and mental health. I am striving to create a safe space to support all of the aspects of recovery, to help you become whole again.
Although I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I am also a substance abuse counselor, and the recovery community holds a special place for me, and I hope to be able to honor the slogan of "Progress Not Perfection" for those ready to take on their own recovery.