MIND BODY SPIRIT
"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was within me an invincible summer."
An Holistic approach involves guiding you to help yourself by identifying and releasing the blocks that prevent you from being whole in body, emotions, mind, relationships, and spirit.
A Humanistic approach recognizes that each client has all the answers within themselves and a therapist's role is to help the client connect with that wise part of self and access those answers.
The Feminist therapy model embraces an egalitarian relationship between therapist/client and encourages feedback and interaction.
Individual counseling helps you gain insight into the roots of your discomfort and seek positive alternatives and resolutions.
Couples counseling provides an arena where two people can learn to communicate individual needs and negotiate a healthy partnership.
Family counseling helps family members gain an understanding of disruptive problems. Improved communication and problem solving skills provide new ways to reach solutions that lead to greater family harmony.
Groups led by a therapist provide you with an opportunity to openly discuss your problems in a supportive environment. The group setting enables you to learn from the experience of others and breaks the isolation of dealing with your issues alone.