Meet with a therapist one-on-one for help with problems relating to relationships, work, depression, anxiety, loss and grief, trauma, eating disorders, parenting, divorce, domestic violence, and other issues best dealt with independently. Individuals will gain a greater self-understanding, will make better choices, will acquire the ability to restore oneself, and embrace life to the fullest.
|Couple Therapy |
Couple therapy will be effective for any couple, not just those that are formally joined. The therapist will help the couple examine their relationship and ways of communicating roles, expectations, goals, and belief system. Usually both individuals are contributing in some way to the problems and stress in the relationship. Couples can learn to improve the way they affect one another and discover ways of improving communication and trust.
|Family Therapy |
In family therapy, family members meet to discuss the challenges that are causing family discord, learn ways to improve family dynamics and strengthen their relationship. Life events, such as unemployment, health problems, the loss of a family member, marital issues and other life stressors, not only affect the individual, but also the entire family. Family members can learn new ways to interact and resolve existing issues and move towards building a stronger and more cohesive family.
Children and teens are often faced with issues such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, and peer pressure that affect their functioning in school, at home, and in other areas of their life. Engaging in therapy can be a liberating experience that can help them reconnect and refocus on what's important in their life.