About Therapy

 
Individual Therapy

Individual therapy often addresses:  

  • Identity, low self-esteem

  • lack of purpose/direction

  • Depression, anxiety and stress

  • Overwhelmed

  • Disconnected from yourself or others

  • Sexuality (including sexual shame)

  • Grief and loss/transitions

  • Trauma

  • Navigating a medical diagnosis

  • Space to process spiritual or religious history, beliefs or hopes

 
Couples

Couples Therapy often addresses:

  • Feelings of “stuckness”

  • Desire for deeper connection and intimacy

  • Communication challenges

  • Loss of trust or connection

  • Parenting challenges and differences

  • Navigating life’s many transitions (parenting, caring for older parents, job change, etc.)

  • Changing roles due to medical diagnosis

 
Sexuality and Intimacy Therapy

Sex and Intimacy Therapy often addresses:

  • Desire for deeper connection and intimacy

  • Communication challenges

  • Changes in desire

  • Navigating physical changes and intimacy (illness, injury, postpartum, pregnancy)

  • Sexual disfunction

  • Sexual Shame (especially religious sexual same)

  • Sexual pain

Medical Family Therapy

Medical Family Therapy often addresses:

  • Overwhelmed navigating the medical system/medical diagnosis

  • Feelings of depression, anxiety and stress

  • Sexual changes/challenges during and after treatment

  • Difficulty living in a “changed body”

  • Roles within couple or family changing due to medical diagnosis

  • Need to connect with support groups or other community resource

Pre-marital Counseling

Pre-marital therapy often addresses:

  • Navigating each other’s family and family dynamics

  • Finances

  • Sex & sexuality

  • Conflict resolution

  • Parenting

  • Relationship roles

  • Spirituality & religion

Family therapy often addresses:

  • communication and relationships in families

  • Adjusting to the loss/addition of family members

  • Strained relationships between children) and parent's)/caregiver(s)

  • Adjusting to family changes (divorce, separation, blending)

  • Navigating new roles with tweens, teens, adult children

  • Sexual Health (education, understanding and navigation)

  • Navigating a medical diagnosis

Family Counseling

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