It is possible to experience reprieve from the worry you have come to accept as normal. Discovering the underlying origins of your fears behind your anxiety, including anxiety that is a result of trauma is part of our approach.
Depression has cognitive, physical, emotional, and relational aspects to it. We can help you address each of these areas by first exploring and identifying what type of depression you have and how it affects your life, so that we can find solutions and help you reach your goals.
Whether it’s because of a positive transition or a dreaded one, change is stressful and difficult. We can help you navigate the transitions of buying a new home, losing a job, starting over in a new city, retiring, getting married, having a baby, going away to college and more.
Whether you are struggling with feelings of loneliness, family conflict, or a lack of social support, individual therapy can help you identify patterns, explore emotions, learn skills, and set healthy boundaries to improve relationships.
It takes work to find out who we truly our. Through exploration of values, cultivation of self-respect, healing from past hurts and betrayals, and sometimes even exploring major existential topics, you can learn to be more fully who you were meant to be.
Grief and Loss
How do we move on after loss? When some days it feels difficult just to breathe, or when we are hurt by well-intentioned but painful comments, or when everyone else seems to have forgotten, we will be there to sit in the heaviness with you.
Pastoral Counseling integrates spirituality, faith and theology with psychotherapy to help people seeking assistance with personal, family, marital and faith issues. Our Pastoral Counselors have experience and training in the ministry, hold a postgraduate degree and have significant education and supervised counseling experience.
- Personality Disorders
- Mood Disorders
- Substance Abuse
- Self Harm
- Anger Issues
- Career Counseling
- Vocational Evaluator/Assessor