We offer a simple four-step process to starting recovery. You don’t have to do this alone. Our therapists will walk beside you the entire way.
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We’ll Help You Find Yourself Again
The decision to start therapy is a courageous one. Our team provides compassionate mental health care, specializing in grief and trauma. We are the only team in Delaware that does what we do. Learn more about our services below.
What Services Do You Need?
Grief can occur after any type of loss, whether that’s the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a change of circumstances, or many other scenarios.
Trauma is an event that causes physical, emotional, psychological, or spiritual harm. Traumatic events can come in many different shapes and sizes.
Our experienced team can help patients with a wide range of psychological issues. These include anxiety, depression, stress, major life changes, and more.
What Type of Therapy Do You Prefer?
Individual therapy provides a one-on-one session between you and your therapist. It’s a personalized approach designed to help you achieve your goals and live life to the fullest.
Couples therapy gives people opportunities to gain insights into their relationships, process complex issues, improve communication, and resolve conflicts. We’ll help you thrive.
Families are incredibly complex. Every person communicates and processes things differently. We’re here to help you understand each other better and learn to move forward together.
There is a difference between group therapy and support groups. Ours are run by a therapist for 8-10 weeks at a time with people who have been through a similar loss as you.
What Modality Suits You Best?
Talking through your concerns can be a highly effective way to start healing. It helps you identify what you’re thinking and feeling, which is the first step to moving forward.
Art therapy helps people to express feelings they may not be able to put into words. It’s a powerful tool to gaining self-awareness and starting to untangle your thoughts.
Online therapy is also known as teletherapy. It is an opportunity to connect with your therapist through a confidential video chat, and you can access services from anywhere.