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Our earliest relationships create long-standing templates for how we experience the world and understand our role in it. In individual psychotherapy, you can reassess the relationships you have with others, as well as with yourself. You can learn to access your inner wisdom and make more effective choices for your future without resorting to habitual patterns that lead to unsatisfying friendships, partnerships, and family dynamics. Schedule a call today to see how we might work together to support you in achieving your goals.
THERAPY FOR COUPLES/INTIMATE PARTNERS
Partners often go through periods of stress and conflict during times of transition and major life events. Therapy with your partner(s) is a great option to help negotiate change and create patterns that feel more satisfying for each of you moving forward. Relationships at any stage can benefit, whether you're moving in together, getting engaged, healing from grief, opening up your relationship, or becoming first-time parents.
Many people find themselves struggling to support family members with mental health issues like substance abuse disorders, depression, OCD, self-harming behaviors, eating disorders, and suicidal thoughts. Others find it hard to relate to each other and resolve conflict effectively. Schedule a call today to see if family therapy can help facilitate greater understanding and connection.
Group therapy is different from support and self-help groups. Support groups usually help people cope with stressors or alleviate symptoms in the short-term. Group therapy helps us address underlying patterns and provides greater opportunities for self-knowledge, change, and growth under the guidance of a trained professional. Group therapy is also often more cost-effective than individual psychotherapy.
Our kids are learning to deal with shifting cultural norms, greater exposure to social media, and how to navigate post-pandemic life, all while their minds and bodies are changing faster than they can process. The more healthy relationships your child can have with adults who model and support appropriate boundaries, self-expression, and curiosity, the more likely your child can develop into the person they were always meant to be.
We also provide trauma-informed consultation, informal training in DBT, and lead experiential workshops on risk management in private practice. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information as well as for employment opportunities if you'd like to join our practice.
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