Our individual therapy, relationship counseling, workshops and seminars are designed to help you discover new tools and skills that not only change your thinking, but also your feelings and behaviors — both individually and within relationships with others.
Together you and your therapist will focus on increasing self awareness, learning new tools and building strength and confidence.
The more confident, happier and more self-aware you are as an individual, the stronger and healthier your relationships can be. Work one-on-one with a therapist to heal trauma, depression, anxiety, work-related stress or family of origin issues that may be affecting your behaviors and relationships.
- Sexual Abuse
- Physical Abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Attachment Issues
- Compulsive Behaviors
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Body Image Disorders
Work closely with our counselors to learn how to heal and grow your relationship. Whether you’re facing divorce, growing apart, constantly arguing and bickering or dealing with a problem like sex addiction, let’s get to the root cause of the problem. Identify patterns of behavior and tools and techniques to either strengthen your relationship, or make an empowered decision to part ways amicably. You don’t have to continue suffering.
- Intimacy Disorders
- Relationship Problems
- Marital Conflict
- Healthy Courtship
You’re not alone in the challenges you face. Other individuals, couples and families face similar relationship crises. Participating in group therapy led by our expert relationship counselors can support your healing and help you reach your goals more quickly in a number of ways. Group therapy can help you:
- Identify struggles more quickly than you can on your own.
- Work through issues at a deeper level with opportunities for self-reflection and feedback from other group members.
- Create change faster by learning from the experience and feedback of your peers.
Are relationships within your family system suffering due to marital problems, addictions, child/adolescent/teen behavioral problems or some form of trauma or betrayal? Your family can learn how to better communicate, resolve conflict, strengthen bonds and create the lifelong loving and healthy relationships you desire.