Types of therapeutic services offered:

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Couples Therapy

It is normal for all types of relationships to experience stress and strain. It is never too early, or too late to engage in couples therapy and spend some time focusing on how to make your relationship better. In therapy we will work together to learn about patterns of communication that have impacted the relationship and improve each other's understanding of each other. Together we will identify what your relationship needs in order to enhance emotional intimacy and grow together instead of apart. 

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Individual Therapy

This is one of the most common forms of therapy. We will work one-on-one to discover and learn about patterns being experienced in your life, and with others around you that are contributing to difficulties in multiple areas of your life. We will work together to enhance self-reflection and developing healthy relationships with the self, and others. 

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Family Therapy

Families engage in joint therapy sessions and work on exploring tensions, unaddressed issues between family members, nonverbal/verbal communication styles, and work on becoming a closer family unit through better understanding of each others perspectives and beliefs. 

Common family presenting concerns:

Difficulty communicating

Fights over important family decisions

Financial struggles and stressors

Grief/loss of a beloved family member

Chronic illness 

Child mental health impacting family roles

Divorce or separation 

Blended family stressors 

Behavioral issues or academic concerns regarding children

Sibling conflict

Resentment and anger from early childhood experiences

Troubled teens

Substance abuse

Impact of one family member’s mental health issues

Building independence in adult children