Individual counseling or psychotherapy involves a client meeting directly with a counselor for sessions one-on-one. Individual counseling is the recommended modality for "diving deep" and examining ourselves in the most intimate setting possible.
Individual counseling can be utilized in the treatment of a wide variety of issues such as: stress, depression, trauma, anxiety, PTSD, grief, abuse, behavior changes, relationship dynamics, gender and sexuality, self esteem and a wide variety of mental health issues. Psychotherapists are trained in evidence based practices such as CBT and EMDR to treat these conditions.
Individual counseling can help support a healthy lifestyle in amazing ways! Meeting with a psychotherapist can facilitate learning about healthier relationships, clearer communication and improved quality of life and mental health.
Couples counseling, premarital therapy or couples psychotherapy involves a couple meeting directly with a counselor for sessions. Our practice offers couples counseling to couples and relationships of all types & is provided to a diverse array of couples including, but not limited to: LGBTQI+, faith-informed, multicultural, polyamorous, blended family, monogamous, and kink positive (dependent upon each couples individual needs).
Couples counseling can be utilized in the treatment of a wide variety of issues such as: relationship satisfaction, premarital decisions, trust, intimacy, finances, stress, sex, communication, family conflict, commitment, expectations and more.
Couples counseling can assist with building healthier relationship dynamics, communication skills, bridging understanding among partners and contribute to higher relationship satisfaction. Couples counseling can serve as a pillar of premarital preparations promoting positive beginnings to lifelong commitment.
Family counseling or psychotherapy involves multiple clients within a family meeting with a counselor for sessions. Family counseling is the recommended modality for resolving issues within a family system such as unhealthy dynamics or patterns of behavior that the family would like to change.
Family counseling can be utilized in the treatment of a wide variety of issues such as: relationship dynamics, communication issues, separation/divorce, blended family adjustments, co-parenting, court compliance, finances, living arrangements and more.
Family therapy can bring awareness to dynamics and issues within the systems that we may not even know are there, let alone how to fix them. Family therapy can assist by providing a non-biased professional to promote healthy relationships and offer feedback regarding systemic issues. Family therapy can validate and make members feel heard while working to problem solve issues that may be holding the family back from achieving optimal relationships.
Group counseling can be utilized in the treatment of a wide variety of issues such as communication, anxiety, general support, and more.
Group counseling offers a format that allows for shared experiences with other group members and opportunities to practice skills learned in a safe space. Group members practice skills in an environment of others with shared goals and experiences promoting collaborative healing.
Serving the LGBT community; some of the areas of therapy include, but not limited to: depression, coming out issues, intimacy, sexual identity, self esteem, anger management, addiction issues, grief work/bereavement, internalized homophobia, substance abuse, anxiety, relationship Issues and more.
A welcoming and supportive group to discuss various issues pertaining to mental health and wellness in the LGBTQI+ community facilitated by a LGBTQI+ identified licensed mental health professional.
Where is the how to guide on how to have a healthy relationships?!? Well, unfortunately there is no easy how to, but there are TONS of ways that we can work on having healthier relationships of varying types (romantic, professional, platonic ect).
This group is a combination of psychoeducation, processing material and real life application. This group is open and ideal to both couples and singles.
Trauma can come in many forms, and most of us have experienced some form of trauma in our lives. Trauma survivors can come in many forms and shared experiences and emotions can facilitate healing from trauma.
This group is a combination of psychoeducation, processing material and real life application. This group is open and ideal to survivors of all forms.
Dealing with stress can be tough, especially with demands being so high. This group is a place to learn about stress, how it impacts our body, and different things that we can do and try in order to reduce its negative impact. Learn skills and tools to replace unhealthy behaviors and habits to improve the likelihood of success.
If you would like to be added to our interest list please provide some information about yourself and the group you are interested in. Once we have enough interest and the minimum number of participants to make it a beneficial resource for clients, you will be contacted with details.
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