Session Types

We offer a range of solutions to ensure we meet your needs, including individual therapy, couple’s therapy, family therapy, and group therapy.

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Individual Therapy

Individual therapy involves a one-on-one conversation between you and your therapist. It’s the most popular form of therapy for a reason: it offers deeply personalized care designed to work through the thoughts and feelings you’re experiencing and help you make sense of them.

It’s a wonderful tool when it comes to developing self-awareness. You can talk about anything that’s weighing on you, knowing it’s a judgement-free zone. This will allow you to be completely free to express yourself in ways you might not be able to with other people in your life.

The therapist you choose can help you with things such as:

  • Processing events like grief and trauma and identifying emotions.
  • Increasing your self-awareness and understanding your thoughts and feelings.
  • Teaching healthy coping mechanisms and strategies you can use to heal.
  • Achieving goals and overcoming obstacles in your personal and professional life.
  • Working on communication skills and helping you set meaningful boundaries.
  • Learning to accept change and move forward in a new direction.
  • And anything else you might want to address.

Individual therapy is a team effort between you and your therapist. It requires a relationship of trust. Your therapist will help you process whatever it is that you’re going through, learn new skills, and make healthy decisions along the way. It’s a process of personal growth, so everyone is different. Whatever you’re feeling is totally okay. We’re here no matter what you need to talk about.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or any other factors. We would love to hear your story and help you take the first steps towards healing.

Couples Therapy

It’s normal for relationships to have ups and downs, but sometimes you may need a little extra guidance to work through things together. That’s where a therapist can help. If you and your partner have experienced grief, trauma, loss, or if anything else is troubling you, we can support you as you work together to start healing. We can help you gain insight to better understand each other, improve communication, resolve conflicts, and support the other person.

We usually begin with some standard questions about who you are, what your history is together, what you’re going through, what each of you is feeling, and how it has impacted your relationship This is really important to make sure your therapist can get to know you so you’re all on the same page. As you talk through your experience, your therapist will ask questions to help focus the session and start working with you to identify some treatment goals. Every couple is different.

Couple’s therapy is extremely effective when it comes to:

  • Helping you support each other through significant events like grief or trauma.
  • Gaining a much deeper understanding of what your partner is going through.
  • Learning relational patterns and explaining why each person reacts differently.
  • Developing the skills you’ll need to communicate and problem-solve effectively.
  • Helping each of you heal even if you’re processing things at different speeds.
  • Prioritizing other factors in your lives, including family and work commitments .
  • And anything else you or your partner might want to address.

No two couples are the same. We want to create a safe space where both of you can speak freely about whatever is on your mind. Honesty and openness are critical to healing. We can help you work through the stressors of ordinary life, as well as emotions like shame, resentment, guilt, and isolation. Our goal is to help you work through unresolved issues and find balance.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or any other factors. We would be honored to work with you both and help you move forward.

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Family Therapy

Families can be complicated. There are lots of different personalities, priorities, opinions, maturity levels, and communication styles to take into account. It’s especially tough if you’re processing significant events like grief or trauma. This can cover anything from the loss of a loved one to substance use issues, relationship breakdowns, or behavioral issues that are impacting everyone. It’s really important that families work together to help each other

The main goal of family therapy is to open lines of communication and facilitate discussions. Every family is unique, and so are your set of circumstances, so your therapist will work with you to find new ways to communicate with each other so you can make sure everyone is heard. This is key to managing challenging behaviors and resolving disputes so you can find a new normal.

Your therapist can help with things like:

  • Teaching new communication styles and understanding each other.
  • Managing conflicting parenting styles and getting everyone on the same page.
  • Communicating challenging concepts to children and helping them process.
  • Helping de-escalate situations and teaching children to manage emotions.
  • Healing deep wounds and developing strategies to keep moving forward.
  • Finding solutions to things like rules and discipline to improve consistency.
  • And anything else you or your family members might want to address.

Every family requires a different approach to treatment, especially when it comes to working through loss and progressing as a united front. We provide a range of different treatment approaches to ensure we can meet each family member at their level, no matter how young or old they are, so you can begin to understand and appreciate what’s going on inside each other’s minds.

Every family is welcome, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or any other factors. We would love to help your family get back onto the same page.

Group Therapy

Sometimes, the most effective way to help you process a significant event and move forward with your life is to share your story with others. We offer several group therapy programs, which are designed to help you understand that you’re never alone and that other people can relate to what you’re going through. This can be a tremendous comfort when you’re working through something painful.

Our group therapy programs are made up of people who are going through similar issues. For example, these could be grieving parents, people grieving the loss of a loved one by suicide, adult sibling survivor groups, and more. Every member is vetted to ensure they’re on the same page as everyone else and the sessions are led by a qualified therapist. They will help each of you learn to express your emotions, learn coping strategies, and support each other.

These groups may include things such as:

  • Writing about your loved one and putting your experience into words.
  • Using alternative methods of expression such as art, music, and more.
  • Engaging in structured discussions to gain insight and understanding.
  • Learning why you feel the way you feel and what to expect as you heal.
  • Realizing that you are totally normal and there’s no “right way” to grieve.
  • And anything else the group members might want to address.

Please note that our therapy groups are not the same as support groups. They follow a structured program that everyone starts and finishes at the same time, so they’re not available to drop-in. If you think this might be the best option for you, please ask your therapist during an individual therapy session. We screen everyone before starting a new group to ensure it’s the right match for each person.

Group therapy is available to everyone, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or any other factors. We want to make sure you are supported as you begin to heal.

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