Individual, Couples and Family Therapy
We offer individual, couple’s and family therapy in our office or online via Simple Practice’s HIPAA compliant system.
Our primary focus is working with mothers and birthing persons, regardless of their child’s age. Each of our therapists have a passion and heart to support mothers and we strive to do so in all seasons. Please visit each of our therapist’s “meet” page to learn more about their specific specialties.
Finding a therapist can be daunting and overwhelming. Whether you’re a therapy veteran or this is a first time experience, stepping into this space brings up a lot of emotions.
This is normal and to be expected! Don’t let nerves to deter you from making that first call, sending that first email or text to schedule an appointment.
While we can’t promise any specific outcome in our work together, we promise to be WITH you. In sessions with us, you can expect to find someone who is willing to hear your heart and your story. With the goal of offering you deep support and acceptance.
To schedule a session, contact us here.
Group Therapy and Support Groups
Many people find the idea of being vulnerable with a group of strangers a bit…. unnerving.
HOWEVER, research suggests that group therapy and support groups offer a unique space for deep healing. It can deepen work you’re doing in individual work or open the door to individual therapy. Many of our clients tell us how beneficial they found working in a group… and how surprising it was that they really enjoyed connecting with other group members!
We offer a variety of groups- some are support groups and some are therapy groups. If you’re interested in the difference, we have a blog post coming soon about this!
Some of our groups are offered on a rolling basis (like once a month, indefinitely) and others are offered for set amounts of time.
Group therapy sessions and support groups are conducted with 4-10 people present.
Groups are either process oriented or structured.
Process oriented groups do not have a specific outline, but are designed to support changing issues that come up in group member’s lives.
Structured groups have a time limit and are generally outlined with a detailed agenda for each meeting. Structured group sessions are often working through a specific curriculum with a specific goal or through a therapeutic book.
Group therapy sessions may be in person or online.