Individual Counseling

Be who you are made to be, so you can do what you are made to do.

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Sometimes during therapy, we get stuck, blocked or reach an impasse. At times like these, intensive short-term therapy can help a client overcome whatever is keeping them from the growth or changes they desire.

We offer therapeutic intensives to help clients gain new momentum in their recovery process. Typically this happens over a 3-4 day period with specific outcomes established at the beginning of the intensive.

The problem

We all want life to work. The problem is that it doesn’t. Ironically, our well-meaning attempts to make life work too often become patterns that keep us from the full life we are made to live. When we can’t change these patterns on our own we get stuck. When life isn’t working, we’re here to help.

Take heart. It’s never too late to change.

The process

Individual therapy is a collaborative process between patient and therapist. During this process, the therapist can treat specific issues (e.g. anxiety, depression, addiction, sexual integrity, past or current trauma, etc.) or everyday concerns (e.g. relationships and family problems, career issues, etc.). We provide a safe place to explore your life and discover the change you are seeking.

The promise

We work to help you find healing, growth and maturity as an individual. Our goal is to help you learn how to better live your story through the process of rediscovering a deeper sense of self, developing more authentic relationships and living increasingly fulfilling lives.

We will help you be who you are made to be, so you can do what you are made to do.

My therapist invited me to embark on the courageous journey of knowing my story and learning to live fully through feeling deeply and telling the truth boldly.

“I look forward to reading my newsletter every week. It keeps me in touch with what’s going on inside myself, which I really need.”