Modern life can leave you feeling stressed and pressured on all sides.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could feel like your efforts to keep up could leave you feeling content and meaningful?
Or maybe you’ve been dealing with something really painful for a long time. It’s really starting to affect you on all fronts.
You feel sad and lonely and that no one can really understand what you’re going through.
How can talking to a complete stranger help?
When you think of seeing a therapist, you may have a mental picture of an academic and philosophical person peering at you over their reading glasses, analyzing you and your childhood.
Good news! Therapy should definitely not be like that.
Individual therapy is a one-on-one collaborative process, where your therapist is simply a guide to help you get where you want to go.
Therapy is a relationship and a set of conversations to help you sort things out and see your options.
Because your therapist is an objective third party, he or she isn’t interested in any particular outcome for you — except the one you want.
So your therapy session is your very own space to work things out.
What we do want for you is to be able to cope with — and even thrive — in the midst of life’s challenges.
In a way, we want to help you learn to be your own therapist.
Whether we use research-backed strategies like Cognitive behavioral therapy, Solution focused therapy, Trauma focused CBT, or Dialectical Behavioral therapy, at the core of our work with you is a relationship built on trust, empathy and accountability.
We want to see you connect with a life that works for you!
We like science. It gives us better information about treatment methods that might work for you.
None of us are exactly alike. We want to make sure we create a plan with you and your specific goals in mind.
Talking about your problems is the first step. The real magic is in the actions you are willing to take to improve your life.
Faith based option
If you prefer to bring a Christian perspective to the mix, we can help you explore ways your faith can strengthen you and expand your options for growth.