Compassionate. Experienced. Professional.
No matter how “big” or how “small” you believe your situation to be, sometimes you just need a professional to help you process your situation, develop goals, and achieve your desired outcome. We are passionate about helping individuals find peace and learn new ways to reach their goals and aspirations.
As humans, we go through life encountering many situations and different people. We learn habits, beliefs, and behaviors as we adapt to our environment. Sometimes these patterns we develop are the very things that are blocking our growth and making us feel “stuck.” This is where we come in.
We provide a safe environment where you can talk freely about what’s going on in your life. We explore how you got here and how we can help you get to where you want to go. We look at you as an individual; knowing what works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for the other.
We believe that our clients are highly capable of change; this is why we are in the business of helping people improve their lives. We know that life is continuously changing with work, school, relationships, parenting, health, and so forth. It makes a difference having someone in your corner to hold you accountable and supporting you along the way.
We work in partnership with our clients, providing them a safe place to explore their thoughts, mutual respect, empathy, and compassion. We work to explore your values, core beliefs, expectations, needs, and desired outcomes and set realistic goals.
We know that starting counseling can be a scary thought, but we want you to know that we are not here to judge you or make you feel worse. We are here to help. This is why we offer a free 15-minute consultation before you schedule to make sure you want to move forward. Call us today!
Signs That You May Benefit From Individual Counseling:
- Anger, irritability, or aggressiveness
- Feeling anxious, restless, or “on the edge”
- Loss of interest in work, family, or once fun activities
- Problems related to sex and performance
- Feeling sad, numb, or hopeless
- Not being able to concentrate or remember details
- Issues with sleep or feeling tired all the time
- Loss of appetite or overeating
- Thoughts of wanting to die or suicide attempts
- Physical aches or pains, headaches, cramps, or stomach problems
- Drinking excessively or using drugs
- Difficulty controlling feelings of worry
- Withdrawing from family and friends or becoming isolated
- Heart palpitations, sensations of shortness of breath, or feeling “out of control”