Many individuals seek the support of psychotherapy at some point in their lives.
The assistance of a skilled and caring therapist can have many benefits. While these benefits vary from person to person, just beginning the process of psychotherapy can help ease some of the isolation we all can feel when confronted with difficulties in our lives. Whether you are seeking assistance for anxiety, depression or a history of trauma, need help coping with the stress and hardship of everyday life, or wish to become more accepting of yourself and others, our therapists are here to help. The FAQ, Starting Therapy, and Therapists pages may also be helpful in answering questions.
We provide a variety of evidence-based therapeutic techniques, based entirely on what YOU, the client, are comfortable with. Because we treat a wide variety of populations, no two treatment plans are the same. Short term or longer, more intensive plans – whatever fits your needs, your schedule, and your goals. We have a wealth of experience with mental illness, domestic violence, sexual assault, emotional disturbances, and specialize in military family issues, including the treatment of PTSD. Call us and schedule an appointment, and let’s take a few minutes to talk about how we can help you get to the place YOU want to be.
Our providers have a wealth of experience and have worked with a wide variety of populations. We are available to treat adults, children, and adolescents with diverse backgrounds and needs with respect for each individual’s unique life experiences.
Psychotherapy can assist you with the following:
- Addiction and recovery
- Body image or distortion
- Career confusion
- Chronic or life-threatening illness
- Conflicts with spouses, partners, family members, co-workers and others
- Creative blocks
- Cultural identity and expression
- Domestic violence
- Emotional reactivity or numbness
- Employment-related stresses and conflicts
- Financial stresses
- Gender identity and expression
- Interpersonal conflicts
- Neglect or lack of self-care
- Sexual orientation
- Spiritual identity and practice