- EMDR Trauma Treatment
- Couples/Relationship Counseling
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Support for veterans/military family members
- Support for LGBTQ+ individuals and families
- Assistance with faith questioning and transitions
The story usually goes something like this: we take in negative messages about ourselves from the people and events around us. We buy into those negative messages, and go through life gathering evidence to confirm those negatively-skewed beliefs. Because of how we have learned to think, we get depressed; we get addicted; we isolate. For a vast majority of us, the work in counseling is to choose new ways of thinking and acting, which can improve all areas of our lives; and ultimately, to change the way we tell our stories, to ourselves and the world.
Changing negative thought patterns is usually the goal of trauma treatment and individual mental health counseling. For couples, the work usually includes improving communication skills and finding more useful ways of resolving conflicts.
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