Individual Therapy || Family Therapy || Queer & Trans-Affirming Care || Consultation and Professional Education
FOR ADOLESCENTS & ADULTS
Individual therapy focuses on improving personal insights, managing challenges of mental health issues or distressing emotions, skill development, healing losses and emotional injuries, and improving interpersonal effectiveness.
Therapy with teens will often include parents, caregivers, or family members for a portion of visits.
FAMILY & RELATIONAL THERAPY
Family therapy is not limited to people who share a home or immediate family.
Family therapy can be a great fit to address conflicts within:
parent-child dynamics, co-parenting, blended families, parents/caregivers without their children present, made-family, and relational work between friends, extended family members, adult children, or adult siblings.
QUEER & TRANS-AFFIRMING CARE
Whether exploring gender identity or sexuality, coming out, transitioning, parenting a LGBTQIA+ child, or navigating life as a queer family, all therapy services are provided from a Queer and Trans-Affirming Care Approach.
LGBTQ+ clients often focus therapy on matters besides gender/sexuality-focused care. No matter why you're seeking care, your identity, orientation, and family/relationship makeup will be approached with respect, understanding, and decades of experience.
Consultations for Letters of Readiness for Gender Affirming Interventions are also available and do not require ongoing/established therapy services.
& PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
Individual and group clinical supervision for interns,
associate licensed professionals, and fully licensed clinicians is available to marriage and family therapists, professional counselors,
and social workers.
Professional education and consultations for schools and clinical organizations is available. Contact for more details.
COMMON ISSUES ADDRESSED IN THERAPY
Depression & mood disorders
Parents of adult children
Parents/Loved ones of LGBTQIA+ people
Suicidal ideation & Self-harm
WHAT TO EXPECT AT YOUR FIRST VISIT
Reaching out to schedule and showing up the first appointment is often the hardest part of change.
Here's what you can expect to discuss when we meet:
- what you'd like to work on
- a bit of background as it relates to your present concerns
- mutual expectations and goals for therapy
- diagnosis and how this relates to insurance
- recommendations for your care
- paperwork and policies
We commit to being transparent, honest, and compassionate with you about impressions and recommendations, as well as to taking time to answer your questions thoroughly.
The most important part of your visit is getting to know your therapist. Let your own experience decide if it's the right fit.