Individual Therapy for Adults 18+
Our team has extensive training and experience helping adults overcome a wide range of challenges including anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, parenting, burnout recovery, religious trauma and more. With training in high demand treatment approaches including, CBT, DBT, EMDR, and mindfulness based psychotherapy, clients that work with us often experience relief and improved clarity as early as the first few sessions.
Therapy for Tweens and Teens (11-17)
The teen years can be both an exciting and challenging time. Navigating decisions about school, friends, parents, puberty, and figuring out what’s next in life can sometimes lead to symptoms — including anxiety, depression, low-self worth, social issues, and more. We help teens ages 11-17 navigate these challenges with increased confidence, develop the ability to think before they act, and experience self-compassion enabling them to feel better about themselves, inside and out.
Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy that aims to help couples resolve conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen their relationship. The benefits of couples therapy include improved communication, increased intimacy, and a deeper understanding of each other’s needs and perspectives.
Clients often experience improved relationship satisfaction, reduced feelings of anger and resentment, and increased trust and respect for one another. Couples therapy can also help couples learn new skills, such as active listening and problem-solving, that can be applied long after the therapy sessions have ended. Overall, couples therapy can be a valuable tool for couples looking to improve their relationship and build a stronger, more fulfilling partnership.
Family therapy is a type of counseling that aims to improve the relationships and communication within a family. It involves working with all members of a family unit, including parents, children, siblings, and extended family members. Family therapy can help families navigate difficult situations such as divorce, blended families, addiction, mental illness, and behavioral issues. It can also be useful for families who want to strengthen their relationships and communication. Benefits of family therapy include improved communication, better understanding of each other’s perspectives, increased empathy, and enhanced problem-solving skills. By addressing issues as a family, individuals can feel more supported and connected to their loved ones.
Group Therapy is a powerful and affordable way to Develop new skills and insights, release shame, connect with others for support, encouragement, and accountability. Provided through a confidential Online Therapy Platform, We have groups that run in 6-8 weeks segments focused on Helping Professionals, Adults healing from childhood trauma, and more.
We offer the following specialties at this time:
Grief and Loss Therapy
Parenting and Dyadic Therapy
Maternal Mental Health
Infant Mental Health
Burnout Recovery & Stress Management
Therapy for Adults healing Childhood Trauma
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is a practical form of talk therapy that focuses on identifying and changing negative patterns of thinking and behavior. Individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, or other mental health conditions can benefit from CBT. This therapy helps individuals gain a better understanding of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and teaches them skills to change negative patterns. CBT is a short-term, goal-oriented therapy that can be highly effective in helping individuals overcome their challenges. If you feel stuck and want to learn more about how CBT can help you, call us today to schedule your first appointment.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a skills-based therapy that focuses on helping individuals who struggle with intense emotions and difficulty regulating their behavior. Through DBT, individuals learn how to manage their emotions in a healthy way, communicate effectively, and engage in positive relationships. DBT also helps individuals increase their sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance.
EMDR therapy, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a powerful form of therapy used to treat trauma, anxiety, and other emotional disturbances. It involves a series of guided eye movements while the patient recalls past traumatic events. These eye movements help the brain process the traumatic memories in a new and less distressing way. EMDR therapy can be especially helpful for individuals who have experienced single or repeated traumatic events and have difficulty moving forward. If you’re feeling stuck, EMDR therapy may be the solution you’ve been searching for.
IFS therapy, or Internal Family Systems therapy, is a helpful tool for individuals feeling “stuck” in life. This type of therapy focuses on helping individuals understand and manage their inner selves, or “parts.” IFS is often used when we talk about doing “inner child work”. IFS therapy can be especially helpful for those struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. By recognizing and communicating with these parts, individuals can find relief from difficult emotions and behaviors as well as develop more self-compassion, self-awareness, and a greater sense of inner peace.
Mindfulness-based therapy is a form of psychotherapy that incorporates mindfulness practices into the therapeutic process. Mindfulness involves paying attention to the present moment, without judgment or distraction. This helps individuals become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations, and encourages them to cultivate a more compassionate and accepting attitude towards themselves.
Mindfulness-based therapy can be beneficial for individuals struggling with a variety of mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and stress. By teaching individuals to observe their thoughts and feelings with curiosity and non-judgment, mindfulness-based therapy helps individuals become more resilient in the face of life’s challenges, increase their overall sense of well-being and live more fulfilling lives.
Somatic Therapy is an embodied approach to healing that recognizes the inseparable connection between the mind and body. Through this therapy, individuals explore and release stored physical tension, trauma, and emotional patterns to promote healing and well-being. By engaging in techniques such as body awareness, movement, and touch, clients develop a deeper understanding of themselves and cultivate a greater sense of balance, empowerment, and resilience.
Holistic Mental Health Therapy combines traditional psychotherapy with an integrative approach that considers the physical, mental, emotional, energetic, and spiritual aspects of our being. This transformative therapy explores the connection between chakras and conditions like depression, anxiety, and trauma, acknowledging the significance of spirit in mental health. Through practices such as breathwork, yoga, sound healing, and meditation, individuals can experience profound healing, increased self-awareness, and a sense of inner peace. Holistic Mental Health Therapy offers a unique opportunity to integrate mind, body, and spirit, fostering holistic well-being and personal growth.