Caregiving for a loved one can be a uniquely rewarding experience. It can also be a mentally and physically demanding job. Without proper support, it can take a toll on your health and psyche. Balancing caregiving with the obligations of employment and family can be overwhelming and cause stress or burnout. Burnout is a family caregiver’s worst enemy. Thoughts once positive can lead to unintended feelings of frustration or even resentment. Together in therapy, I can help you process your feelings, learn to set healthy boundaries, strengthen your problem-solving abilities and improve communication with your care recipient and other family members. By taking these steps to maintain your own health and well-being, you will feel more equipped to manage the many responsibilities of a caretaker, benefiting your loved one.