LOTUS THEORY THERAPY
Providing a safe space to get clarity and gain
An emotional journey of courage, vulnerability, and strength.
Lotus Theory Therapy is designed for anyone seeking positive change from issues like low self-esteem, perfectionism, self-forgiveness, difficulty letting go, or feeling unclear about their life’s path.
Quiet your mind, listen to your
Therapy is a helpful way to sort through your difficult emotions. Talking things out allows you to clear your mind and get perspective. We work to change the idea of perfection and vulnerability. We help you to quiet the negative self talk, develop self compassion, overcome self doubt.
You will learn to develop a sense of self acceptance, owning who you are. See your imperfections and vulnerabilities as strengths. Wake up to the beautiful moments that are waiting to be noticed right now.
Lotus Theory Therapy
Online and In-Person Available
In your Lotus Theory therapy sessions, we work to:
Understand the root causes or your difficult emotions
Explore self-soothing practices, such as self-scanning and meditations
Address current and recurring stressors that may be contributing to your difficult emotions, such as relationship conflicts, overextension, etc.
Establish coping skills that allow you to deal with stressors that are out of your control
Identify and treat any mental health issues that may be contributing to or exacerbated by your uncertain emotions
Our Therapy sessions:
Employ Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approaches
Generally run 45 mins in length
May be eligible under select private insurances, inquire at intake
Are HIPAA Compliant
*Information shared in therapy sessions is strictly confidential and will not be disclosed without your written authorization except in the events outlined in the Client Agreement Contract.
" The journey to find a therapist that I truly feel safe being vulnerable with was a difficult one, but I have finally found that comfort with Cleopatra at Lotus Theory. She has helped me find the autonomy I needed to hold myself accountable and ground myself in intentional and healthy choices. She has taught me that the mind is a muscle that I can work on retraining for my overall betterment. "