Individual Psychotherapy -- Adults
Have you ever been in therapy before? If not, you might have some questions, and I know for some people who’ve never experienced counseling, it can almost seem scary!
If you have been in therapy before, you probably already know that therapy can cover a range of experiences. Sometimes, work is done in healing from past trauma, sometimes in negotiating current relationship difficulties. Therapy can be about learning positive life skills, or it can be using mindfulness techniques to draw love and joy into a client’s life. The possibilities are endless!
You’ll also know that the experience of being in therapy can vary dramatically given which therapist you work with. That being said, it’s very important to find the right therapist for you.
We offer therapy on a one on one basis, with adults and adolescents. We operate primarily from an Existential and humanistic framework which means identifying the most basic concerns and struggles, those that relate to the “givens” of existence: life, death, meaning, isolation, freedom. Sounds a little dire, right? Don’t worry, it’s much more inspiring then it sounds in that description! Identifying and understanding the biggest (and sometimes scariest) questions and issues that we struggle with can be very liberating, and it can help put the smaller details into perspective.
Individual Psychotherapy -- Adolescents
The role of any therapist working with young people is first to understand them, hear them as they are, help them adapt to current elements in their life that they can't change, and help them identify what they can change. We are honored to help young people grow on the path to adulthood! If you have questions about how it may look to bring your adolescent son or daughter in for therapy with us, please contact us with your questions.