"Until you believe you have options, you’ll continue to feel stuck."

– Sean Stephenson

Individual Therapy

Different stressors or events in our lives can leave us feeling stuck, anxious, or depressed, interfering with school, work and our relationships. If you (or your child/teen) are feeling lost, trapped, or alone it’s time to find some relief. The good news is that positive change is possible! At times, psychotherapy may also integrate group or family therapy (this  is based on the client's specific needs and goals) into treatment because of the level of validation, empathy, and support and empathy that one experiences. Including one’s support system in therapy will often allow the individual to sustain the improvements made while in therapy. 

Common Issues Addressed

in Individual Therapy

Depression

Anxiety and Panic Disorders

Life transitions

Work/School Stress

Trauma

Self-Esteem Issues

ADHD Related Symptoms

Social Difficulties

Therapy Can Help:

  • Develop a fresh perspective and break out of patterns that keep you stuck

  • Learn new coping skills for navigating emotional hardship and discovering inner peace

  • Replace negative habits with more positive, productive behaviors

  • Gain a sense of empowerment and confidence in your ability to sustain desired change

  • Improve relational skills and patterns of interaction

  • Increase self-awareness and emotional health