JOINING WITH YOU
Whether you are transitioning into or out of a relationship; adding to your family; struggling with a loved one or colleague; becoming an empty-nester; feeling lost or alone; dealing with substance usage; coming out to your family; blending a family; experiencing anxiety or depression; needing to find balance; coping with emotional pain or trauma; struggling with insomnia or sleep; facing sexual challenges or questions; desiring a more mindful experience in life; or negotiating any transition in life - we are here to help you and support your inner strength and we celebrate with you your ability to navigate through these.
Even if your concern or need is not listed, give us a call or send us an e-mail! We look forward to talking with you about your needs, goals, hopes, and desires.
We meet with people of all ages - individuals, groups, couples, and families - in all stages of life, from all walks of life.
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WORKING WITH SIGNIFICANT OTHERS
When there are tensions or frustrations in a relationship, it can be helpful at times, for partners to be involved in addressing the concerns, and we generally find that members of a family or group have something to contribute. There are times when it’s important to have a one-to-one conversations with a professional; at other times, it may be rewarding to have others to assist or be a part of facing a problem or celebrating life.
Others might make contributions at a distance; a person might find it helpful to ask a family member or friend questions between appointments in person or by phone, e-mail, or letter, and then bring back the responses to a session with the therapist.
When the emphasis is on a person’s knowledge, skills, personal priorities, cherished relationships, and dreams, the presence of others to witness the unfolding of this account of one’s life may rewarding. The decision about whether to include anyone else, of course, would be made by you.