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IT’S YOUR STORY

A Happier, Healthier You!

If you have found yourself feeling down lately and nothing seems to be going your way, making it difficult to lift your spirits, It might be time to seek help from a licensed professional. Our Individual Therapy sessions help clients develop positive attitudes towards life’s most complex and challenging circumstances. All sessions are tailored to client's individual needs. Contact us today and let me help you find the best in yourself.

Reasons for Individual Therapy:

  • Experiencing a Big Life Change

  • Experiencing Feelings of Isolation or Loneliness

  • Feel as Though You Are Losing Control

  • Sleep Pattern Is Off

  • Just Need Someone to Talk To

Couple Dancing

In couples therapy I can help you clarify your feelings about your relationship. Relationships are challenging for everyone. I can help you resolve relationship roadblocks before they become impasses. I can help you deepen intimacy and connection within your relationship. I can help you  both promote self-awareness and personal growth in your relationship.

Reason for Couples Therapy:

  •  Trust has been broken.

  • Arguments are getting more frequent.

  • Communication is poor.​

  • Something definitely feels wrong, but you're not sure what or why.

  • There is something you want your partner to know, but you've been unable to tell them.

  • One or both of you becomes dysfunctional during a conflict.

  • You have gone through something devastating that is changing the way you connect with each other.

  • You feel stuck in bad patterns.

  • Emotional intimacy is gone or deeply diminished.

  • Physical intimacy is a problem.

Happy family of four after family therapy

Family therapy, also known as family counseling or systemic therapy, is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on improving communication and resolving conflicts within a family unit. There are several reasons why individuals and families may choose to participate in family therapy.

 

Reasons for Family Therapy:

Communication Issues:

Improve communication among family members. It provides a safe space for everyone to express their thoughts and feelings, fostering better understanding and connection.

Conflict Resolution:

Family therapy aims to identify the root causes of conflicts and work towards resolution, promoting healthier relationships.

Major Life Transitions:

Significant life events such as divorce, remarriage, the birth of a child, or the death of a family member can disrupt family dynamics. Family therapy helps navigate these transitions and adjust to new roles and responsibilities.

Behavioral Issues in Children or Adolescents:

When children or teenagers exhibit behavioral problems, family therapy can be beneficial. 

Mental Health Challenges:

Family therapy is useful when one or more family members are dealing with mental health issues. It provides a framework for understanding and supporting the individual, as well as addressing the impact on the family as a whole.

Substance Abuse:

Families dealing with substance abuse issues may find family therapy helpful. It addresses the impact of addiction on family relationships and provides support for both the individual struggling with substance abuse and their family members.

Crisis or Trauma:

Families experiencing a crisis or trauma, such as the loss of a loved one or a natural disaster, can benefit from the support and guidance of family therapy to cope with the aftermath.

Self pay and accepting insurance of most major providers

 

-Advent Health

-Aetna

-Anthem/ Blue Cross Blue Shield

-Beacon Health Options/Value Options 

-Carefirst                                                         

-Humana 

-Magellan  Healthcare

-Optum

-Tricare

-United Health Care

 

 

Note: Sliding scale fee is available, please call to discuss.

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