Does it take everything you’ve got to get out of bed every morning? Do you feel like a prisoner in your own body, paralyzed by thoughts of not being good enough? Is your mind constantly racing that you tend to lash out at your loved ones?
We will explore every dimension of you as a person and tailor a treatment plan specifically for you and what you want out of therapy. Let us go beyond treating your mind and explore your physical, emotional, and spiritual sides as well, for a multidimensional person needs more than a one-dimensional treatment. Learn symptom management and cognitive-behavioral techniques to regain control of your life.
Deep down, you know that your family and friends are on your side, but it doesn’t always feel like it. They mean well, but sometimes they don’t understand how your symptoms work, which has you feeling like an outsider not just among friends, but often within your own household. You may even feel stuck, but you are certainly not alone—with you are people going through the same struggles as you.
Join one of our therapy groups where others who feel similarly will celebrate with you when you make strides, show understanding when you have setbacks, and offer up strategies that have worked for them in managing their own lives.
Is family conflict tearing apart the people you love? Do you constantly fight, argue, and bicker with your partner regarding the proper way to raise your children? Is a child’s difficult behavior creating chaos for everyone in your household? Do you feel forced to choose between being a friend or authority figure to your teenage children? Has a recent divorce made it difficult to create a joint parenting plan with your ex? Do you long for a peaceful and harmonious household in which everyone gets along, but fear your situation is beyond repair?
Unity is the hallmark of having a successful family. Through family counseling, you can learn ways to reduce stress and conflict by improving how to communicate and respond to your family members.
Do you feel stuck in negative patterns in your marriage? Are conflicts between you and your spouse growing increasingly hostile? Do you and your partner have fundamental differences of opinion regarding things like parenting, finances, and the in-laws? Do you often feel hurt, belittled, and ashamed in your relationship? Do you fear that you might have chosen the wrong partner? Do you long to rekindle love, admiration and mutual respect in your relationship or marriage, but fear that it’s too late to repair the bond between you and your partner?
When you’re struggling in your relationship, you may feel lonely, confused, and misunderstood. The mere fact that conflict exists in your relationship is not a cause for concern. However, what can determine the overall health of your relationship is how you choose to manage conflict. Thankfully, through marriage counseling, we can provide you with the tools you need to manage conflict and make your disagreements more productive.