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"When we can let go of what other people think and own our story, we gain access to our worthiness - the feeling that we are enough just as we are and that we are worthy of love and belonging... Our sense of worthiness - that critically important piece that gives us access to love and belonging - lives inside of our story."
Wouldn't it be wonderful if silencing the problems in your life was as simple as silencing a phone call?
You might even start to look forward to your problems calling, just so you could silence them and show them who is in control.
You may be just starting to think about therapy, or maybe you've been thinking for a while and you're ready to get started. You may feel anxiety, fear, and shame when thinking about starting therapy. All problems (like Depression, Trauma, Anxiety, Disrespect, and more) try to keep us from seeking therapy because they don't want to give up the control they have over your life. The problems in your life may also be telling you that you are the real problem, a tactic called Shame.
You can start standing up to the problems in your life right now by scheduling a free consultation or a session. You are not the problem. You have the tools to take back control and you have the tools to keep that control.
I, Lindsey Boes, MS, MFTC am committed to seeking awareness, knowledge, and preparation that will guide me in providing a genuine and empathic experience for my clients. I will work to view my clients as survivors in a complex world and strive to advocate for them to the best of my ability.
You deserve to have someone believe you are good enough, you are strong enough, and you are prepared enough to take back control of your life. You might not believe this now, but you will.
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Unfortunately, mental health is not discussed in a very positive light in our culture leading many people to feel ashamed of having difficulties. I work to address this shame in addition to any other problems you may be experiencing.
My clients are individuals, families, and relationships experiencing depression, addiction, anxiety, high sensitivity, borderline personality disorder, bipolar moods, infidelity, anger, violence, trauma, and social injustice. As a social-justice therapist, I work to reduce social problems that have a negative influence on my clients. You are not alone.
Lindsey Boes, MS, LMFT
Lindsey Boes is the therapist I would want to consult for any problem or instance in my life. I know her to be a compassionate person who has great insight into the matters of her clients. Lindsey is able to see the bigger picture with her clients, attends to what is important, and maintains the integrity of her clients. She knows how to work with any family, couple, or individual from any walk of life, while also being aware of the client’s ethnic background, sexual orientation, and spirituality. Lindsey holds all her clients in high regard and chooses to use a team-work effort to accomplish the unique goals of each client.
Marriage and Family Therapist
Lindsey does an excellent job of keeping her clients engaged and thinking outside of the box. She also facilitates everyone in feeling comfortable and welcomed with who they are. Her perspective and knowledge on a wide range of topics was something we had never experienced before.
Recreation Coordinator at Luther Hall, Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota