Through one-on-one sessions, individuals can explore and work through a variety of concerns such as anxiety, ADHD, depression, relationship issues, grief, trauma, and more. This can help individuals gain a better understanding of themselves, their emotions and behaviors, leading to improved mental health and overall well-being. This approach is tailored to meet the needs of each client, which can include a combination of talk therapy, EMDR, and holistic wellness services such as meditation, deep breathing, and energy work.
EMDR (Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a type of therapy used to help individuals process traumatic experiences and other distressing life events. It involves a series of guided rhythmic tapping, which helps to release stored emotions, limiting core beliefs, and tense bodily sensations. EMDR is a highly effective, evidence-based practice that can help individuals transform their trauma into acceptance, self-love, and empowerment.
Whether you’re married, dating, or in a long-term relationship, relationship counseling is a powerful step toward healing and strengthening your bond, by identifying and addressing issues that are causing problems in your relationship. This includes improving communication, building trust, and developing problem-solving skills. Through a collaborative and committed effort in relationship counseling, partners can learn to better understand each other’s perspectives, develop stronger emotional connections, and work towards common goals.
Family counseling focuses on the dynamics and relationships within a family system, helping to identify and address underlying issues and develop strategies for improving communication, resolving conflicts, and strengthening bonds. Family counseling can address a wide range of concerns, including parenting challenges, blended family issues, substance use, divorce, and more. By addressing these issues in a safe and supportive environment, this can promote healing, build resilience, and improve overall family functioning.
Trauma can have a profound impact on mental, physical, and spiritual health, possibly leading to a range of disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and/or other mental health disorders. Trauma-focused care involves a variety of evidence-based approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and other forms of specialized trauma therapy to identify and address the specific effects of the trauma. This can include addressing negative thought patterns, avoidance behaviors, and emotion dysregulation. Trauma-focused care creates safety, support, and empowerment, and can help individuals regain control over their lives, improve self-esteem and self-worth, and develop greater resilience in the face of future challenges. Individuals can heal from the effects of trauma and move toward a brighter, healthier future.
Sex therapy focuses on issues related to sexual functioning and intimacy. It can be beneficial for individuals or couples who are experiencing challenges related to sexual desire, arousal, or performance, as well as those who are struggling with sexual trauma or other issues. Sex therapy is also an important resource for members of the LGBTQIA+ community and those exploring gender identity, as it can help to address issues related to sexual orientation, gender expression, and gender affirmation. Together, we can navigate these complex issues, explore new ways of expressing intimacy and pleasure, build greater self-awareness and self-acceptance, all of which can lead to more fulfilling sexual relationships and authentic ways of living.