By the time you are reading this page, you have realized that your day to day life is being impacted by your thoughts, feelings or behaviors. Maybe it is becoming too difficult to focus at work, or you might be more on edge with people than usual. Your friends or loved ones may be saying things like “you don’t seem like yourself” or “I never see you anymore.” Whatever others say, or see, inside you know its time to make some changes.
When you engage in therapy as self-care, you are taking a brave step toward change. Your therapist will encourage you to tap into your inner strengths to achieve your goals.
We know from research that the therapeutic relationship you develop with your therapist is a key factor in the success of your therapy. We come to each session respecting your dignity and strength to engage in the process of self-discovery. We listen carefully to help you reach your individual goals. Using a range of treatment methods, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavior Modification, and Motivational Interviewing, helps to guide your therapy.