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Individual Psychotherapy

There are times throughout our lives where we feel stuck; where we are aware of the fact that something is weighing on our minds, but not necessarily what it is or where it stems from. So for most of us, we do what we know best - we just continue to move on..going through each day as we did the last, hoping that with time, things will just pass. What we soon learn however, is that time has only strengthened these thoughts, feelings and behaviors, affecting not only our own lives but the lives of those around us as well.

Through psychotherapy, individuals have an opportunity to better understand the inner workings of their own mind - uncovering aspects of themselves that have both helped and hindered their own personal growth. Through this process, a person learns to understand how previous experiences have shaped their identity, their views of the world and most importantly, their views of themselves.


Psychotherapy treatment is available to clients looking to achieve the following goals:

  • Acceptance and appreciation of oneself
  • Acquire healthier coping skills for stress, anxiety, depression and obsessive thoughts / behaviors
  • Become more equipped to anticipate and overcome obstacles that will occur during transitions throughout life
  • Develop awareness of unhealthy patterns of behavior while modifying these actions to produce more fulfilling results
  • Gain a healthier, more productive perspective on current life circumstances
  • Heal from past hurts, losses and traumatic experiences
  • Improve relationships that are unsatisfying, both personally and professionally
  • Improve communication, listening, self-assertion and problem solving skills
  • Learn to acknowledge, celebrate and respect one's own unique strengths
  • Understand and analyze how one's current thoughts, behaviors and beliefs are connected to childhood experiences and memories
  • Mourn losses such as separation, miscarriage, infertility, or death of loved one
  • Manage difficult people in one's life
  • Develop a path of purpose and self fulfillment
  • Process and heal painful feelings of loneliness, disappointment, sadness, guilt, shame, anger, envy and fear
  • Develop enhanced attention and awareness through mindfulness and radical acceptance