Services Offered

 
 
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Individual therapy

Individual therapy is offered in 50 or 90 minute segments with a goal to move the client towards their goal of personal wellness. The path towards wellness will look different depending on the individual, but can include some or all of the following:

  • Symptom reduction - anxiety, depression, grief, anger

  • Identifying and exploring patterns of relating to self, others, and the world

  • Healing emotional wounds or trauma from the past

  • Interrupting and challenging negative beliefs about the self

  • Building tools to manage emotional discomfort

  • Learning how to set boundaries

  • Enhancing self-compassion

  • Enhancing access to positive emotional states


couples therapy

Couples therapy is offered in 50 or 90 minute segments with a goal to increase the health and happiness of a relationship. The focus of couples therapy is unique to the couple, but can include any or all of the following:

  • Improving communication

  • Resolving conflict effectively

  • Interrupting negative cycles of responding to your partner

  • Implementing an emotion-focused approach

  • Incorporating rituals for connection and appreciation

  • Evaluating attachment styles and love languages

“Couples wait an average of six years of being unhappy with their relationship before getting help.” - John Gottman

“Couples wait an average of six years of being unhappy with their relationship before getting help.” - John Gottman


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emdr and trauma counseling

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a method of therapy used to heal emotional wounds caused by traumatic life events. The process of healing old wounds can decrease the reactivity of how we respond to current life events (triggers) and increase our confidence to deal with future situations. There is a wide range of experiences, both big and small, that can be considered trauma. These may include, but are not limited tot the following:

  • Complex or damaging relationships with others

  • Abuse or neglect

  • Exposure to violence, including experience in the military or as a First Responder

  • Complicated grief and loss

  • Domestic violence

  • Accidents that violate our sense of safety