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People come to therapy for many reasons. Some examples include struggles with depression, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, relationships, disordered eating, difficult life transitions, grief, or trauma. There is no issue that is too small for therapy. Our supportive therapists are trained in research-backed modalities and are there to provide a safe space for healing and solutions to take place so clients can live their lives to the fullest.


One-on-one sessions to talk things through

  • trauma

  • relationships

  • anxiety

  • depression

  • OCD

  • substance use/addiction

  • grief

  • life transitions

  • anything bothering you


You, your significant other, and a therapist to work out relational difficulties

  • communication

  • coming to solutions

  • trust-building (or rebuilding)

  • intimacy

  • life transitions

  • in-laws

  • domestic violence

  • any other struggle within a relationship


It is normal for families to struggle. A therapist can help the whole family find solutions together

  • life transitions

  • grief

  • familial dysfunction

  • connection

  • navigating difficult emotions

  • communication

  • building healthy and lasting relationships


Therapy in a group setting for people in a similar boat

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) 

  • Grief support group

  • Suicide Postvention group

See our Group page for more

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