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Individual Therapy

Life is full of challenges.  Some challenges may be persistent while others come on suddenly and you find yourself feeling and experiencing things you never imagined.  Whether your challenges are ongoing or circumstantial,

we can help you.

In individual therapy we will help you identify patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving, and relating that contribute to your distress.  We will support you in your current circumstances and work with you to implement strategies for shifting and managing those patterns in ways that will help improve your life.  

We invite you to come to therapy as you are, and we will help you get to where you want to be.

Couples Therapy

Couple relationships can be one of the most fulfilling aspects of life and, conversely, one of the most challenging aspects of life.  This level of closeness to another person often brings out the best and the worst in all of us.

If you and your partner are feeling disconnected, if hurt and anger are eroding your connection, or if you are worried about the health of your relationship for any reason,

we can help. 

In couples therapy we work to help you identify the challenges in your relationship and find ways to transform  them into opportunities for deeper understanding and connection as a couple.  We will teach you the strategies you need for solidifying a satisfying and lasting relationship.  

Family Therapy

Family life is inherently rewarding and inherently stressful.  Although parents dedicate so much of their energy to helping their children learn, grow, and overcome challenges, it can be difficult to know just how to help your child. 

If you are worried about your teenage or adult child or about your relationship with your teenage or adult child,  we can help you.  We will help you transform your worry into effective strategies that will enhance your relationship with them. We help you work through your challenges while fostering meaningful  and lasting connections within your family. 

We meet with the parents, the child, and sometimes other family members involved to create individual and relational change. 

Clinical Supervision

 Becoming a therapist is both enriching and challenging.  You may be working towards licensure and looking to complete your required supervision hours or you may be a licensed therapist looking to fine tune your skills.  

We have received valuable supervision from supervisors and mentors in our own careers, and we want to provide the same for you. 

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