Wherever You Are, We Are Here for You.
Whatever is going on in your life – whether you are entering a period of transition, want to improve your relationships or are stuck in a rut– we’ll engage you in an enlightening one-to-one conversation marked by curiosity, respect, and understanding. You may want help for dealing with a serious problem, or perhaps you want to develop and self-improve. Psychotherapy can help when life feels unbearably difficult, and it can also make a decent life even better. You will work collaboratively to become more aware of patterns in your life and enact changes to lessen your suffering and increase your enjoyment of life.
We Help You Work Through
- Depression, sadness, malaise
- Anxiety and worry
- Trauma—recent trauma or the effects of older trauma that hasn’t been processed Relationship and dating stress and confusion
- Parenting realities, stressors, worries
- Addiction and recovery
- Postpartum depression and anxiety—in both men and women
- Infertility sorrow and stress
- Grief and loss—parents, siblings, friends, pets
- Job stress and unfulfillment
- Life changes
Modalities of Treatment
- CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- DBT Informed Services
The weeks and months after welcoming a new child into the world can be uncharted territory and a new experience for many. There can be many unexpected challenges, conversations, and emotions that can lead to individuals feeling unworthy and overwhelmed. Research suggests that approximately 10-20% of new mothers will experience postpartum depression, and about 9/10 of pregnant or new mothers experiencing postpartum anxiety.
Seeking out help and support will allow for you to process feelings and thoughts related to birth, finding a parent/work/life balance, continuing to practice self-compassion for yourself, and develop skills in order to cope with feelings of depression and anxiety. These feelings might be scary and new, and you don’t have to go through these challenges alone.