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    Individual Therapy Services

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy:

     CBT is a short-term, problem-focused form of behavioral treatment that helps people see the difference between beliefs, thoughts, and feelings, and free them from unhelpful patterns of behavior.

    CBT can help with:



    Panic attacks


    Persistent pain

    Disordered eating

    Sexual issues

    Anger management issues

    Life Transitions:

    One thing we can always count on with life is…CHANGE!

    Even with goals and what we hope for the future, life doesn’t always go as planned. We are sometimes stuck, feeling lost, unsure, or that everything is out of our control. We may question who we are, what is our purpose, what do I do now, and even begin to question everything about our lives.

    These transitions could be:

    Education Transitions

    Transition out of Religion


    Career Changes


    Relationship Changes

    Exploration of Gender

    And more



    Therapy for anxiety can help to uncover the underlying causes of your worries and fears, learn how to relax, look at situations in a new, less frightening way, and develop better coping mechanisms and problem-solving skills.

    Often, these are the symptoms of anxiety:

    Nervousness, restlessness or being tense

    Feelings of danger, panic or dread

    Weakness or lethargy

    Difficulty focusing or thinking clearly about anything other than the thing you’re worried about



    Are you feeling hopeless, isolated and not your usual self?


    Do these thoughts often enter your mind?

    I am worthless and can’t do anything about it.

    I feel guilty for just wanting to eat, sleep and be alone.

    I hate who I am these days.

    I can’t stop crying, which makes me want to stay away from others.

    I feel gut-wrenching pain, but no one understands.

    My life and the world around me are dark. I hate it, but I can’t change it.

    If you have had any variation of these thoughts and don’t feel like your usual self, chances are you may be suffering from depression.

    I want you to know that you are not alone and there are people who can help. Many of my clients find relief in realizing that their struggle does not own them and that there are many options available to once again have hope for their lives.

    “Be gentle with yourself, you’re doing the best you can.”