You can find inner peace and fulfillment by looking deeply into yourself.
Some say peace of mind lies in security. Some say it’s about de-cluttering. Some say it’s about acceptance and letting go. I’m guessing you’re here because you haven’t found it yet. Or you did and then it slipped through your fingers.
Part of the problem is that we chase after happiness, not peace. The issue with pursuing happiness is that it’s impermanent. You reach a moment of happiness, then all of a sudden, you feel quite low again. So you run after it again, this time with more determination. Pretty soon all you’re doing is running away from pain and discomfort rather than learning how to have it. All that chasing keeps you so busy that you’ve lost sight of what is important to you.
Peace is immune to these highs and lows. This is why peace is one of the most important human experiences. If you are deeply connected to peace, your life doesn’t feel like an emotional rollercoaster. You'll possess a tranquility that is not affected by what happens in the world.
In therapy, you’ll learn how to connect with your inner peace; a place from which life unfolds. Even on days when things don’t go as planned. And also on days when things aren’t easy. The great thing is that peace is with you all the time. You just need some simple tools and skills to connect with it. You can create a peaceful state of mind that respects and meets life on life’s terms. You can get off the happiness hamster wheel once and for all.
allow me to introduce myself
I’m Sadie Bingham.
I’m a licensed clinical social worker and I also consider myself a counselor, teacher, and guide. I believe that our greatest asset is our capacity to embrace everything that life has to offer - the good, the bad, and everything in between. I think that adversity can be a brilliant teacher if we’re willing to be taught.
My mission is to help you find your greatest strengths and empower you to live whole-heartedly. In therapy, I’ll help you accept life’s inherent difficulties, rather than trying to change them. You and your discomfort can co-exist peacefully. I’ll help you approach challenges with confidence, stability, and unwavering tenacity.
who are you?
You’re a visionary and idealist who oozes creative imagination and brilliant ideas. But you often ask yourself, “What the hell am I doing with my life?” This question not only hounds you but consumes you sometimes. Either you haven’t found your path or you took one that doesn’t feel right. You feel pressure to constantly excel in the next “phase” of our life but you feel uninspired. Setting goals feels overwhelming and it’s hard to get things done. You know you can do great things - you can feel that in your gut - but you don’t know where to start. Welcome.
You have a heart of gold and would save every animal on the planet if you could. You’re quiet, reserved, and comfortable being alone. You’re conscientious, soulful, and highly perceptive. You are self-sufficient and good at problem-solving. You feel sensitive to criticism and you don’t like uncertainty. You struggle with a desire to be left alone and a desire to be included. You have been called a '“people-pleaser” or you detest conflict. You’re a deep thinker and your inner world is alive and present. Sometimes it can all be too much and you long for a peaceful mind. I can help with that.
You’re bright, logical, and wise. You are respected for your loyalty, accuracy, patience, and sense of duty. You like to be in control yet most of the time you don’t feel in control at all. You have worked hard and you are ambitious, but you’re wondering what it was all for. People tell you that you “have it all together” and you appear as though you do, but it feels like everything could fall apart at any moment. Your performance, your relationships, your ability to get things done are starting to falter. You’re scared and you don’t know what to do. You’ve come to the right place.