Psychotherapy & Counseling
Heal Emotional Wounds & Get on the path you want to be on
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Are you carrying stress, trauma or heartbreak from adult relationships, or from early childhood experiences? It doesn’t have to be this way, so don’t allow these past situations to hold you back. Regain your trust, confidence and emotional health.
Manage work-stress, work-relationships, and develop a way to balance your work/life relationship. Develop insight to sharpen your social-emotional health and wellbeing in groups at work and in your personal life.Free Consultation
Major Life Transitions
Loss, Grief & Separation
Self-Esteem & Self-Image
(in Adulthood & Childhood)
Your 15-30 minute Meet-and-Greet appointment is at no cost to you. We look forward to chatting soon!
Each appointment is approximately 50-minutes.
Attending to your social and emotional health is important, and knowing when to get support varies based on circumstances. Some people get support after a specific situation has happened, others get support to think through and develop a path forward in their life. Others choose to get support as part of their regular routine care for the purpose of personal development for themselves and their relationships.
Therapy is a very personalized process, and participation in therapy varies from person-to-person. Some people use therapy as routine care to their overall health, and make it a part of their schedule, in the same way they schedule their time at the gym, for yoga, and other health activities. When used for personal development in this way, therapy is open-ended. Others elect to use therapy for problem-specific situations, while others use it for events/circumstances they have lived through. The length of therapy varies from person-to-person. A rule of thumb at our office is that 6-months is considered short-term therapy; while 12-months is considered mid-range; and 18-months is considered long-term therapy. Again however, each person and their circumstances are unique, and the length of therapy varies from person-to-person.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) is an individual with a Master’s degree and the necessary training, and state licensure in mental health and psychotherapy to provide individual and group therapeutic services.
For Adults — we offer a blend of Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (RE-CBT) and Relationship-based Therapy. For Children — we offer Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for kids, Relationship Therapy, and Play Therapy.
Sometimes it does, and sometimes it does not. Because therapy is a very personalized process, your outcomes depend on the relationship that you and your therapist establish. It’s important to always communicate with your therapist in an honest and transparent manner so that they are able to best be of support.
This list itemizes a few ideas to get you started in investing your own conscious effort to ease stress associated with personal and interpersonal problems.
We are group practice that specializes in helping people turn negative, unhelpful and cluttered patterns of thinking into positive, healthy and organized internal thoughts so that feelings, relationships, and behaviors turn supportive toward a more fulfilling and complete life.
“All change happens in the context of relationships.”
Our approach to therapy takes into consideration difficult and challenging life circumstances and situations that may be rooted in your present life and present relationships; experiences associated with your identity forming years in young adulthood; and adverse childhood experiences that may have left heartbreak and wounds in early age. If you place value on a person-in-environment philosophy, our approach may be a good match for you.
We are honored and humbled by the work we do. We thank the individuals who have contributed to this testimonial section. Names and other identifying information have been changed for privacy purposes.