We Believe in Growth & Recovery
Managing the competing demands of career, family and social obligations can be challenging for everyone at times. When life feels overwhelming, therapy can help you make sense of things and get you back on track. In a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental environment, a therapist can help you identify what is or isn’t working in your life, overcome unhelpful patterns that may be keeping you “stuck,” and achieve balance, growth, and if needed, healing.
When to Consider Therapy
Many people seek therapy when a problem or stress gets in the way of their ability to function well at work, in their relationships, or in social settings. It might be a specific significant incident or something that is finally taking its toll. Therapy can also help with common concerns including relationship or career issues; life transitions; grief and loss; coping with anxiety, depression, or other emotional distress; changes in the family structure; parenting issues; and/or struggles with drug/alcohol use or abuse.
Even when things seem to go well, therapy is a recommended tool to keep relationships and daily functioning at a healthy level.