"Emotion is the messenger of love; it is the vehicle that carries every signal from one brimming heart to another. For human beings, feeling deeply is synonymous with being alive." From "General Theory of Love" by Lewis, Amini and Lannon
Marital Therapy - Joining intimately to one another can be a source of great joy, and also a source of discomfort and hurt. Finding healing in your couple relationship can lead to healthier, more joyful, and fulfilling lives together. Marital therapy presents the opportunity to bring you closer to your spouse and experience true connection. A regular schedule of therapy is offered in weekly or bi-weekly increments, or if you are ready to take a significant step forward in a shorter amount of time, one, two, or three day intensives are available.
Family Therapy - Families bring a mix of dynamics that bring us both joy and difficulty. Relationships in the family can become strained to such a degree that a sense of closeness and comfort are not found. Family therapy involves everyone in the family being heard and valued to create a stronger, healthier, closer bond.
Individual Therapy - As individuals, we desire to be able to fulfill our dreams and experience all that life has to offer. Anxiety, depression, stress, anger, and loneliness keep us longing for healing and comfort. Working through individual issues can help provide a way to heal and move toward healthier places for ourselves and a greater sense of closeness our relationships. Individual Emotionally Focused Therapy can help you get closer to yourself, accepting who you are, and moving forward to who you want to be.
Premarital Therapy - Before you say, "I do", take the time to do some premarital work to help your new marriage off to a great start. Premarital Therapy provides an opportunity to look at your similarities and differences and a place to dig into some important topics. I am certified in both the Prepare/Enrich and SYMBIS pre-marital assessments.
Men's Process Group - Being open with life's difficulties as a man can be seen as weak, or if they do dare to share, the message from other men might be to "just toughen up". Because of these responses men do not always have the opportunity to share their struggles with other men to receive encouragement and support. A men's process group can provide this safe space to be open, receive support and fully live. Click HERE to learn more about the Men's Process Group.