Therapy is a sacred space. It’s unlike anything else. It’s the one area of your life where you never have to worry about the reactions or thoughts from the person sitting across from you, because you know that person is solely committed to YOUR journey, the good, the bad, and the ugly – without any judgment. There’s problem-solving, deep reflections, self-understanding, skill-building, empowerment, and a thousand other little moments that can be transformative for becoming be a better version of yourself. Sometimes we cry in therapy. Sometimes we laugh in therapy. Sometimes we yell, or vent, or say things that we wouldn’t dare to say to our family or friends. We want you to forget about the outside world and just talk to us, person to person.
We firmly believe that therapy can benefit anybody – there is nothing too small or too big to talk about. Your emotional experiences are valid and worthy of being explored and processed in a safe space with a trusted therapist. We all need someone to talk to from time to time. There is no need to have an identifiable “problem” or emotional “disorder” to benefit from counseling. In fact, sometimes the best experiences in therapy are the ones that derive from a person who seeks therapy for general processing of who they are and how they relate to the world around them. We want you to remember that therapy is controlled by you – it is your time, your space, your session, and your opportunity to use the support from your therapist in whatever way feels most helpful.
Gain relief from depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive problems, or other mental health conditions.
Heal from trauma and develop a stronger ability to acknowledge and accept painful experiences.
Increase your level of self-worth by focusing on your strengths, skills, and capabilities.
Enhance your confidence so that you can better steer your life in a positive direction.
Increase your sense of being compassionately cared for as you work with an active listener providing unconditional positive regard.
Improve your coping skills, strategies for stress relief, and overall capability to address stress.
Gain a greater sense of hope, optimism, and belief in your ability to manage life problems.
Develop a stronger ability to express and regulate emotions that previously felt unmanageable.
Embrace greater self-understanding, purpose, and clearer life goals.
Stop allowing things to hold you back and develop a greater sense of personal pride and appreciation.
Learn effective skills for mindfulness, managing stress, and de-cluttering your mind.
Strengthen your ability to accept things beyond your control.
Build your self-care skills by prioritizing your own needs and increasing your assertiveness.
Improve relationships by developing stronger communication and interpersonal skills.
Free yourself from self-defeating habits, distorted thinking, and unwanted behaviors.