Individual Therapy is a collaborative investment between you and your therapist to help you identify, navigate, and overcome what may be troubling you, or interfering with your ability to thrive.
Each of our therapists incorporate a mindfulness-based approach to helping clients bring focused awareness into the present. Whether you are struggling from past traumas, relationships, or long-term mental/emotional challenges, or you are anxious, fearful, ambivalent, etc. about your future, we must first start from the present.
A healthy and reliable relationship between the client and therapist is crucial, therefore, the foundation on which successful therapy is built. We take the time to know you as a person, and align with you on your journey toward fulfilling your therapeutic needs.
We offer individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Each of our clinicians specializes in different age-groups. You may learn more by visiting our clinicians page.
Family Consultations are typically offered as a supplement to individual therapy for current clients. So much of the growth in therapy has an impact on, and is impacted by, the people in our close circles; whether parents, children, siblings, or partners. This is why we offer consultations to enhance the growth of our clients, when deemed appropriate by the client and clinician.
We take great care to preserve the safety and therapeutic relationship of our clients. If someone joins you for a session, the alignment between client and clinician, as well as boundaries around communication and therapeutic alliance, are discussed and agreed upon prior to scheduling a family consultation.
For child and adolescent clients, these family consultations can be incredibly helpful, as growth of young people is often a collaborative effort with parents/caregivers. We encourage parents to be involved with their children's therapy, and also ask that the child/adolescent is allowed a degree of space and privacy to build trust and rapport with their therapist. If your child believes his/her therapist will repeat everything to their parents, there is often a barrier to the therapeutic relationship, thereby barriers to the success of therapy.