“Invest time, attention, and care into yourself. No relationship is more important in your life than the relationship you have with yourself.” — Akiroq Brost
Psychotherapy provides you the neutral space to explore issues or concerns that you’d like to change or clear out. In therapy, you have the opportunity to work through challenges including negative thoughts, feelings, behaviors, relationships, interpersonal struggles, loss and regrets. In this space you will gain insight and clarity and gain the courage to change. You will learn the tools to cope with and overcome self-defeating thoughts and behaviors that are currently blocking you from achieving your highest potential.
Individual therapy can address issues such as:
- Anxiety and Worry
- Work stressors
- Traumatic experiences
- Challenging Relationships
- Self-confidence and Self Esteem Issues
- Life changes
- Coping with Loss
- Body Image
Adolescence is a challenging time for both teens and parents. Individual therapy with teens can help manage the ups and downs of this stage of life.
- Therapy can address:
- Relationship Stress
- Overcoming anxiety or depression
- Healing from trauma
- Improving self-confidence
- Problem-solving and critical thinking
Utilizing play therapy techniques, counseling can help your child overcome fears, anxieties, and behavioral challenges. Therapy can help with school-related problems, social skills, and self-esteem.
Family dynamics can be challenging and stressful. Family therapy will help all members of the family contribute to solving the problems in the home. With specialized training, our therapists will help your family communicate more effectively, resolve conflicts in a positive manner, build connections, and aid in family transitions, blended families, and co-parenting.
Parent coaching and educational workshops will help you learn positive ways to improve your child’s behavior, reduce emotional distress and give you the skills to handle each developmental stage your child grows through.
Couple’s therapy will help you and your partner to restore healthy patterns and strengthen your connection. Conflict and communication struggles are often an unpleasant part of relationships and can create disagreements and distance. Without effective problem-solving skills, problems can become too big and not allow room for couples to be happy in their relationships.
The focus of Couples Therapy is to provide a setting in which both partners can feel safe to honestly explore their feelings and work on reaching a deeper understanding of each other’s needs. You and your partner will learn to skillfully and honestly assert your own needs and honor your partner’s needs. Old habits and patterns of negative interaction can be replaced by healthier and more positive behaviors, creating ways to reconnect with each other on multiple levels.
Therapy can address:
- Ineffective Communication – Frequent fighting
- Lack of emotional or sexual intimacy
- Trust Issues
- Distance and disconnect
- Lack of mutual respect
- Career conflicts
- Power and control issues