Healthy relationships require the well-developed ability to be accountable for your own behavior. Accountable people readily recognize that their actions impact other people, they care if that effect is a negative one, and they feel a sense of responsibility in ensuring that they appropriately meet the needs and expectations of others. Accountability necessitates the practice of empathy, a willingness to consider different perspectives, and the ability to accept criticism and admit fault. Narcissists have extreme difficulty with this due to their emotional immaturity, complete self-absorption, and fear of vulnerability and loss of control.
Alpharetta Licensed Psychotherapist
I have been a therapist for 18 years and have a private practice serving Alpharetta, Johns Creek, and the surrounding communities. My therapy style is interactive, straightforward, and focuses on your unique strengths. I believe that humor has an important place in counseling and I use it often. I strive to create a comfortable and productive environment that will empower you to experience a greater sense of direction and fulfillment in your life.