We bring curiosity and humility to our helping relationships, and are committed to honoring the many layers of you.
You are more than a diagnosis

We work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services supported by sound research and extensive training. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client’s individual needs. We will work together to define personally meaningful goals so that you are able to see measurable improvements in work, school, relationships, and general well-being. We serve adult and adolescent clients of any race, religion, ethnicity, sexuality, and gender. Awareness, respect, and understanding of cultural identities is a foundation of our practice, and imperative for building a trusting and collaborative counseling relationship.
We provide individual counseling for the following issues:

Depression & Anxiety

Depression and anxiety are common mental health concerns characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of interest or pleasure in activities (depression), as well as excessive worry, fear, or apprehension (anxiety), often making it difficult to engage in relationships, work, and life fully.

Career Counseling & Exploration

Career counseling is a process in which individuals explore, plan, and manage their career paths to feel more satisfied and aligned with their work. It involves assessing one’s skills, interests, and values to make informed decisions about education, training, and employment, ultimately helping individuals achieve personal and professional fulfillment.

Life Transitions

Life transitions, such as starting a new job, moving, or experiencing a major life event, can significantly impact mental health, even when the changes are positive. The stress associated with these changes can lead to feelings of anxiety or depression, self-doubt, and disconnectionemphasizing the importance of coping strategies and social support during these periods.

Stress Management

Stress management involves adopting techniques and practices to reduce, cope with, or prevent the harmful effects of stress on the body and mind. This can include relaxation exercises, mindfulness, time management, and seeking social support, promoting overall well-being and mental health.

Addiction & Recovery

Addiction recovery refers to the process of overcoming substance misuse or behavioral dependencies (such as gambling, sex, and eating) and rebuilding a healthy, fulfilling life. It often involves medical treatment, therapy, support groups, and lifestyle changes, enabling individuals to achieve and maintain sobriety while addressing the underlying issues contributing to addiction.

Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence

Counseling for domestic and sexual violence survivors provides a safe and supportive space where individuals can address trauma, regain a sense of control, and rebuild their lives. Therapists often use evidence-based techniques to help survivors cope with emotional and psychological effects, empowering them to heal and move forward towards recovery and resilience.

Issues of Spirituality & Meaning

Addressing spiritual issues in counseling involves exploring a person’s beliefs, values, and sense of purpose to promote healing and well-being. Integrating spirituality into therapy can provide individuals with a deeper understanding of themselves, coping mechanisms, and a source of strength, aiding in their emotional and mental growth.

Grief & Loss

Grief counseling provides a supportive and therapeutic environment for individuals coping with a variety of losses including death, job loss, or changes in physical ability, helping them navigate the complex emotions that come with bereavement. Through counseling, people can express their feelings, find ways to cope, and eventually integrate the loss into their lives, promoting healing and emotional recovery.


Trauma can result from any deeply distressing or disturbing experience, often resulting from an event that is perceived as life-threatening or emotionally overwhelming. Whether emotional, physical, or sexual in nature, trauma makes it difficult for us to feel safe in the world and in relationships.

Body Image Concerns

Poor body image refers to a negative perception of one’s own body, often involving feelings of dissatisfaction, shame, or self-consciousness about appearance as a result of negative messages from media, social groups, and family. It can lead to serious mental health issues such as low self-esteem, depression, and eating disorders, affecting overall well-being and quality of life.

LGBTQ2IA+ Support

LGBTQ mental health support encompasses specialized services and resources tailored to address the unique challenges faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals. It provides a safe and affirming environment, offering culturally sensitive therapy, counseling, and community resources to promote mental well-being and address issues related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and societal discrimination.

Relationship Conflict

Relationships are important resources for wellness. Whether you are straight, queer, monogamous, or poly, addressing relationship goals, values, communication, disconnections, and trust can enhance relationship satisfaction and overall mental wellness

Perinatal & Parenting

Perinatal mental health focuses on the emotional well-being of parents during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Addressing perinatal mental health issues through counseling and support is crucial, as it not only improves the parent’s mental health but also enhances their ability to provide nurturing and stable caregiving, fostering a positive parenting environment for the child.

Cultural & Racial Identity Development & Healing

Racial and cultural identity and healing involve the process of acknowledging, understanding, and embracing one’s own racial background and experiences while actively working to challenge and overcome racial injustices. It often includes personal reflection, education, and engaging in conversations and actions that promote social justice, leading to individual and collective healing from the impact of racism.

Boundary Setting & Communication

In counseling, boundary setting and communication skills are crucial aspects that help individuals establish healthy relationships and assert their needs skillfully. Therapists often work with clients to develop self-awareness, assertiveness, and empathy, fostering better interpersonal connections and emotional well-being.

Early Adulthood

Counseling for young adults often focuses on identity development, career decisions, relationships, and coping with the challenges of newfound independence. Therapists assist individuals during this transitional phase, providing guidance and support to navigate personal and professional complexities, fostering emotional resilience and well-being.



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