Are you tired of feeling lonely? Do you feel like you're a good friend, funny, strong, independent, and have lots of people around you, but somehow still feel disconnected, misunderstood, and overwhelmed? You try to ask for what you want, but somehow people don’t hear you, and the world doesn't respond. All around you, people seem happy, but you feel trapped in your sadness. You get frustrated, doubt yourself, and think, “Maybe the problem is me.”
We can help. We are therapists who love to help people find joy in their lives and relationships. We use several different approaches to help you get there, including sandplay, EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, art, relationship enhancement, sex therapy, and attachment work. We believe a trusting relationship between counselor and client is the foundation for an effective therapeutic relationship. We strive to create a non-judgmental environment by genuineness, empathy, and unconditional acceptance of clients. We want you to start feeling the love in our offices.
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Sometimes in life we lose balance, whether it be for love or other reasons. Losing balance may not be easy, but it is a necessary step toward a more fulfilling life, a more grounded identity, more rewarding work, and more loving relationships. It is through encountering challenges that we learn who we are and what we are capable of.
Often times, our balance is disturbed from past hurts and wounds that resurface for whatever reason. At times, the reason for our struggle is clear, such as in the case of loss or a significant life change. At other times, one needs to explore further to find what caused the storm within.
Our therapists use diverse therapy approaches to help you dance gracefully while you work to regain your balance. These approaches include psychodynamic, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), sandplay, dream work, attachment work, and sex therapy. We’ll use these approaches to strengthen your loving connections with others and to keep your heart open, even in the face of adversity.