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In person and online counseling for life transitions.

Life is full of twists and turns, and sometimes those transitions can feel like a wild roller coaster ride. We get it. Whether you're starting a new job, adjusting to an empty nest, or facing a major life change, it's completely normal to feel a mix of excitement, anxiety, and uncertainty.

At Kintsugi Counseling, we specialize in supporting you through those relatable moments of transition. Our compassionate counselors understand the challenges that come with navigating uncharted territory. We've seen it all – the excitement, the doubts, and the overwhelming emotions.

We're here to provide a listening ear, a shoulder to lean on, and practical tools to help you find your footing. Together, we'll tackle the unknown, one step at a time, and discover the hidden gems that come with embracing change.

So, if life has thrown you a curveball or you're simply feeling a bit lost amidst the transitions, know that you're not alone. We're here to help you navigate this journey with understanding, empathy, and a touch of relatability.

Because let's face it, life transitions can be messy, but they're also opportunities for growth, self-discovery, and unexpected joys. Together, we'll navigate this wild ride and find the beauty in the chaos.

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If you're in a season of transition you may be experiencing...

  • During a life transition, it's common to experience a wide range of feelings and emotions. While everyone's experience is unique, here are some common emotions you might encounter:

  • Uncertainty: Transitions often bring a sense of uncertainty about the future. You may feel unsure about the outcomes and worry about the unknown.

  • Excitement: Change can bring a sense of excitement and anticipation, especially when embarking on a new chapter or pursuing a goal.

  • Anxiety: It's natural to feel anxious during transitions. The fear of the unknown, increased responsibilities, or the pressure to adapt can contribute to feelings of anxiety.

  • Loss: Even positive transitions can involve a sense of loss. You may grieve for what you're leaving behind or the familiar aspects of your life that are changing.

  • Sadness: A transition may trigger feelings of sadness, especially if it involves leaving behind people, places, or routines that hold emotional significance.

  • Relief: If you're transitioning out of a challenging situation, relief may be a prevalent emotion. The sense of freedom and release from stress can bring a feeling of lightness.

  • Frustration: Adjusting to new circumstances can be frustrating, particularly if things don't go as planned or if you encounter unexpected obstacles along the way.

  • Hopefulness: Transitions often come with a sense of hope for a better future. This feeling can inspire optimism and motivate you to embrace new opportunities.


Remember, it's normal to experience a mix of emotions during a life transition. Give yourself permission to feel and process these emotions at your own pace. Seeking support from loved ones or a counselor can help you navigate these emotional waves and find strength amidst the changes.

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