I’m Abigail Eck and I’m here to help you overcome.
~ I’m currently unable to accept new clients at this time. ~
The meaning behind Point of Convergence Therapy’s name is both purposeful and powerful. Our aim in therapy will be to encourage you, as you are now, to meet who you’re meant to be. This intersection of a person is what I call the “Point of Convergence”. We don’t want to get rid of you as you are right now and create a whole new person. Rather, we want to grow and encourage the you now to shed the protective layers that have been keeping you safe thus far but are no longer working for you.
You see, life usually isn’t easy. We all have ups and downs and twists and turns. But, you may have found yourself in a place where you’re not feeling strong enough for the downs and maybe not even enjoying the ups. Sometimes things may feel manageable yet other times things feel miserable. Despite all of this hardship you’re facing there is hope. During therapy sessions, we can rewire your brain over time using your strengths to create a balanced life. And YES… you do have strengths even if you don’t feel like it right now. I will help you see and embrace those strengths.
I specialize in treating mood disorders, bipolar disorder, perfectionism, trauma, life transitions, and personality disorders. I also see clients wanting support for many other concerns. I’m confident I have the experience to help you rediscover, or discover for the first time, what brings fulfillment to your life.
In the middle of a difficulty lies opportunity.
If you struggle with any mental health concern that makes life harder, I want you to know there is hope. Hope for full recovery. Hope for self-forgiveness. Hope for a quieter mind. Hope for feeling empowered. Hope for feeling safe. Hope for feeling whole. Hope for feeling something. You and I can walk through this scary, frustrating time in your life together. You don’t have to do this alone. We’ve got this.
There is a way to address the issues you face and psychotherapy is a great resource for that process. Research continues to show us the positive effects of psychotherapy on mental health. Through therapy, you can learn how to develop and use coping skills right now as well as in the future. You can find clarity, closure, and healing. We can change how you’re operating using a holistic perspective so you can lead a happier, more fulfilling life. Again, we’ve got this!
You’re never “too far gone” to reach out or to change your life. I’d love to work with you every step of the way. Please contact me, Abigail Eck, today!