Professional therapy for individuals, couples, and families by offering a number of services that may be appropriate for you.
Making the call for help is the first step toward change. Because of the stigma attached to addiction people find it difficult to reach out for help. I have great respect for people that are willing to face their issues and ask for help...Read More
Consequences due to compulsive sexual behavior can feel overwhelming. I offer individual therapy that starts with a thorough assessment to determine the course of treatment...Read More
Addiction tears relationships apart. I work with couples on their communication skills, setting boundaries, asking for what they want, and making choices that support their relationship rather than undermining it. We believe that if both parties are willing to…Read More
For people whose partner has cheated on them and “acted out” with something do with sex, it feels personal. It is a betrayal. It impacts every area of our lives. It impacts the way we see ourselves physically, emotionally, spiritually. We become isolated because...Read More
Parenting an Addicted Child suffering with addiction- Accidental Overdose has surpassed auto accidents and is now the number one killer of our kids. As parents we want to do everything we can to keep our children safe no matter…Read More
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - EMDR has been proven to effectively resolve trauma or disturbances for survivors of sexual abuse, addictions, partners of sex addicts, and other forms of trauma.Read More
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The very fact that you are reading this creates a likelihood that the time is near. Here are three questions for you to contemplate: Are you able to love and be loved in the ways you desire? Are you able to dream or set goals and pursue your dreams and goals? Do you know your self worth? Most problems that people bring to therapy are related to one or more of these questions. If you get a “no” on any of these questions, you are probably struggling in your life and could benefit from good therapy.
A friend or family member is not professionally trained to help you grow, heal and change. It’s likely that your friends and family have been giving you their best advice for some time now, and if it were sufficient, you probably wouldn’t be reading this.
I use the two words interchangeably. Not everybody does, so this is a great question to ask. I use both words because different people relate to one word more positively than the other. Some folks prefer the word counseling, others prefer therapy, so I use them both. To the degree that counseling implies advice or guidance and therapy implies change and healing, I see myself as more of a therapist than a counselor.