The decision to begin therapy is a true investment in your own mental health and well-being, and it is some of the most important work you will ever do. Our therapists will work with you to help you reach your personal goals.
Life Stressors, Transitions & Identity
Does your life feel like a constant balancing act? Always juggling everything from work to kids to relationships to day-to-day tasks. It can all feel so overwhelming.
Are you struggling with a recent life change, like a change in job or career, a relationship ending, kids moving away, or new people joining or leaving a family? Do you feel like you're having a "mid-life crisis" and things just don't fit for you the way they used to?
Do you have thoughts or worries about who you will be in this next chapter of life, with or without your identity tied to your career, your role as a partner or parent, or to your age, gender or sexuality?
Our therapists can work with you in individual counseling when things feel so stuck and challenging. We will support you as you find meaning and make sense of life and identity transitions in order to find your true self again- or for the first time. We will work with you on building a positive self-esteem, identifying unhelpful patterns that no longer serve you, and help you verbalize and ask for the things that you deserve and are needing from others in your life.
Mental Health Counseling
Each year, millions of people are affected by mental health concerns. Statistics show that this number is as high as 1 in 5 in the U.S. Many mental health conditions, like anxiety, are very treatable- yet only about 36% of people seek out the support they need to manage these challenges.
If you are struggling with mental health concerns, like depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, or something else, we can help. Our trained clinicians offer affirming, inclusive, and knowledgeable care for those needing mental health support. We offer care coordination with medication providers and referral services as needed and can help our clients work to take charge of their mental health care through developing emotional intelligence, self-regulation skills, and self-care and positive coping strategies.
If you are in a mental health crisis, there are numerous resources available. Please contact any resource listed below right away:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline – Call 1-800-273-8255
Veterans Crisis Line – Call 1-800-273-8255, press 1
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Text “NAMI” to 741741
Mental Health America – Text “MHA” to 741741 or call 1-800-273-8255 (Available 24/7)
For Spanish speakers, call 1-888-628-9454
For Deaf or hard of hearing, dial 771, then 1-800-273-8255
Coping with Grief, Loss & Trauma
Have you experienced a loss that is deeply affecting you? Have you gone through a traumatic event that has left you feeling unable to cope with fear and anxiety in healthy ways? You may be afraid to leave the house for fear of breaking down in tears in public. The simplest tasks may feel difficult to complete and things that used to bring you joy no longer seem appealing.
Experiencing trauma and/or grieving the loss of someone, some thing, or some opportunity can be some of the hardest things that we will ever go through in our lives. Living with either can feel like there is no predictable path- like one moment things seem okay, and then next they feel unmanageable.
Our therapists work from a trauma-informed perspective and are able to support you as you work on processing through loss, grief, and trauma in session with them.
Your clinician will create a safe and understanding space for you as you explore areas of grief, loss, and trauma that may be unresolved and affecting your life, in order to bring you to a place that feels more grounded and resolved.
Let us know how we can help.
Schedule your first appointment today.