Individual therapy (or counseling) is the gold-standard method for addressing a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and relational issues. Whether you are looking to overcome anxiety, break free from depression, or deepen your connections with others, individual therapy can help. Each one-on-one session is tailored to your needs, focused on your goals, and interwoven with evidence-based psychotherapy techniques. Over time, we monitor your progress and celebrate as you become the best, most actualized, version of yourself.
Couples therapy (also called couples counseling) can help get your relationship back on track. In some cases, couples therapy can help unhealthy relationships end well through healthy decoupling. But most of the time, couples therapy is all about improving the relationship, overcoming barriers to intimacy and love, and reigniting the “spark” that once was. The goal of couples therapy is for the relationship to become self-sustaining and healing – that way, your partnership can thrive without the help of a therapist.
If you are looking to boost your relational self and overcome interpersonal difficulties, consider trying group therapy. Group therapy works because humans are hardwired for connection. We thrive when we are connected, resourced, and supported by one another. The power of group therapy happens when members are able to express themselves, reflect and offer feedback to one another, and lift each other up as a team. Each session is facilitated by the therapist (that’s me!) to make sure that members have ample opportunity for growth and transformation.