Learn more about our individual, marriage/couples & family therapy
We offer an initial 15-minute phone appointment before meeting online or in-person, which allows us to briefly meet and determine if our services are a good fit for your specific needs in therapy.
What We Offer
Individual counseling provides an opportunity to talk with a professional about what is most impacting your life currently. Our goal is to help you to learn more about yourself and your relationships, which then helps improve your ability to deal with whatever challenges you face. We are flexible with our approach to therapy and combine various therapeutic modalities and interventions to help you process, address, and overcome difficult situations.
It’s absolutely normal for relationships to experience conflict and shift over time as you approach life’s challenges together. We support you in recognizing and changing underlying behavioral and communication patterns, which can help you to rebuild trust and reconnect in a secure and loving way.
Our couples therapists use research-based methods, including the Gottman method and Emotionally Focused Therapy, to provide support so you can improve communication, build intimacy, and manage conflict more effectively.
Our diverse therapists provide nonjudgmental perspectives, guidance, and actionable suggestions to start the healing process for any relationship.
Family units experience conflict much like couples can. So being intentional and setting aside time to work with a therapist as a family to focus on communication, attachment or relational concerns can prove to be exceedingly beneficial even if it’s just a handful of sessions. Family therapy can help with improving communication, to work through stuck points and break old patterns, and to grow more connected as a family unit overall.
What you can expect from family therapy-
-to meet regularly (weekly, every other week, or once a month)
-for each family member to feel supported, heard, and understood by the therapist
-to identify and work on goals as a family
-to reflect on progress made on the goals throughout the therapeutic process