Individual Psychotherapy

Stress in life is unavoidable and if not dealt with properly, it can lower an individual’s ability to cope and that can lead to problems such as substance use and abuse, poor eating and sleeping habits, and mood instability.  Normal life occurrences such as career transition, relationship concerns, parental roles, or even retirement can also lead to stress. The goal of therapy is to enable clients to improve their quality of life by helping them on develop and build on their own strengths in working through issues while reducing sadness, anxiety, disconnect, discord and loneliness. The length of your care is based on individual client needs.


Trauma Therapy

Exposure to an event viewed as traumatic can elicit symptoms such as physical and emotional pain, chest pain, headaches, panic attacks, and fainting requiring a client to seek therapy. This is not limited to traumatic events such as terrorist attack, bereavement, terminal illness, accident, assault, and robbery with violence but can include other personal experiences. In addition, one may have recurring distressful thoughts about an event, or even nightmares. In some instances, one may be unable to perform their daily chores, necessitating one to seek professional help. Trauma therapy helps to improve clients’ ability to cope effectively with traumatic events, building on their own strengths to be able to live a more positive life.

Family Therapy

There are instances when family is dependent on the distinct role played by each member and there are instances where a family experiences issues that could affect them as a unit, for example, death of a loved one, school and work demands, drug abuse, and domestic violence. Family therapy seeks to help family members to reestablish a meaningful connection by addressing conflicts and negative responses and experiences.

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Hours: Tuesday 2 pm to 7 pm, Wednesday 9 am to 7 pm, Thursday 9 am to 7 pm, Friday 9 am to 7 pm.
Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Optum-United Heatlh Care, UMR