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The Path to Performance
The road to a performance career is both rewarding and challenging. People are attracted to it by the thrill of performance and the satisfaction of self-expression. Of course, long hours of training and frequent disappointment are expected. But there is much more.

Many performers—particularly dancers and athletes—must make career decisions in their mid-teens. Parents may apply pressure, or may not support their choices. Injuries, early failures and mid-career disappointments can be devastating. Careers can end early for many reasons.

No One is Alone
No performer is the first to have faced these challenges, and no one need face them alone. Professional assistance, combined with peer and family support, can dramatically smooth the path.

Every performer—every dancer, artist, actor, athlete or any other—whether student, professional, or amateur—can benefit from competent, professional counseling at some stage of her or his career.

Patricia Renzetti Has Been There
Patricia Renzetti is uniquely qualified by experience and training to help artists. She had a long and successful, professional, international ballet career—from student, to prima ballerina, to choreographer, to director of a ballet academy. She faced and conquered many of the challenges that all artists face.

At the end of her dancing career, she received priceless assistance from a skilled, professional counselor. That experience inspired her to seek the extensive training to become a certified psychotherapist—so she could help other performers as she had been helped.

Now She’s There for You
Today, Patricia Renzetti is here for you. In addition to her MFA degree in Choreography, she holds a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Colorado, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC).

Please feel free to contact Patricia. All communication is entirely confidential. There is no charge for an initial consultation. There is no obligation of any kind. The purpose of the initial consultation is simply to acquaint you with how Patricia works, so that both you and she can determine whether she might help you with your career challenges.

Some readers may find this site helpful:
http://www.calmclinic.com
Patricia Renzetti

 
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Denver,  Colorado  •  Salt Lake City,  Utah  •  303-587-7258