Like psychotherapy, counseling can help you cope with difficulties and recognize your emotional blind spots. But where psychotherapy tends to focus on alleviating symptoms and repairing deep wounds, counseling usually takes a less clinical focus. You might work on finding a solution to a particular problem, coping with grief and loss, adjusting to important life changes, or gaining insight and stimulating personal growth.
Our licensed therapists are qualified to provide both counseling and psychotherapy, and are experienced at helping people develop personal goals and milestones for treatment. We also know when a person just needs to feel heard. Sometimes we all need a safe space to open up without fear of judgment, and to take the time to listen to the voice of our own inner wisdom.
Helps people work through trauma, identity issues, & tough life transitions.
Specializes in psychological testing, and in integrative therapy for anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-esteem issues.
Specializes in the treatment of trauma, bipolar and other mood disorders, and race & gender issues.
Specializes in domestic violence issues, problems with family & school, and helping people break out of negative patterns in life.
Specializes in complex trauma, family therapy, and chronic medical issues.
Specializes in self-esteem, grief counseling, and building strong healthy relationships.
Helps survivors of abuse and discrimination heal from the past and access personal strength and growth.
Specializes in women's issues, eating disorders, addictions, and trauma. Helps clients accept themselves & overcome limiting beliefs.
Helps young women, survivors of trauma, police & first responders, and others who need help hanging in there.
Helps ambitious people draw on their strengths to find clarity, motivation, and achievement.