Individual Therapy

You experience highs and lows.

You’ve been fairly successful in your life. You know what drives you. You’ve decided what will make you happy, and what kind of stamp you want to leave on this world. You’ve experienced life’s highs. Yet, you have moments. Moments that impact you in varying degrees. These moments seem to take over you out of nowhere and stop you in your tracks. You consider these times to be your lows.

What if we told you that you can increase the high moments?

You have tangible successes all around you, but do you feel those successes? With opulence comes a level of industriousness that can feel monotonous at times. Your daily grind has put a shadow over your ability to be intentional. Not to say there aren’t moments that you find yourself taking in what life has to offer you leading to one of those high moments. You have the power to increase those moments through intentionality.

You’re ready for the challenge.

Perhaps you’ve tried having a year of growth, but it didn’t really get you anywhere. You couldn’t come up with a new perspective, or you couldn’t sit in the discomfort of change. Most people struggle to do the work alone. Having a judgment-free space to learn more about yourself with an unbiased partisan to reflect back your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors will lend itself to a streamlined journey to greater insights. You’ll have the warm, empathic support of someone as you sit in your raw emotions. You will learn how to see your life in a different light. You will start to recognize life’s scary moments, but you won’t let them drive you. Instead, you’ll have tools to capitalize on the high moments and process through the low moments.

Make the decision to care for you.

Therapy is one of the hardest things you’ll do in your lifetime. Looking at yourself, and I mean really looking at yourself, can be unnerving.  Research shows that humans are more inclined to care for someone or something else before themselves. When will it be your turn? Self-care and self-awareness are so important when thinking about creating those tangible successes. If you’re reading this, you’ve already made the first step to gaining insights. Are you ready for the next step?


Common Individual Therapy Topics

  • intersectionality and multiculturism 
  • confidence building
  • increase self-awareness
  • increase self-esteem
  • anger management
  • sex
  • dating
  • relationships
  • major life adjustments: graduating, living alone, living with a significant other, engagement/marriage, having children, empty nesting, retirement, moving, shifting into a new financial bracket
  • communication
  • career guidance
  • family guidance
  • social guidance
  • mood regulation
  • gender identity
  • sexual orientation
  • social justice support

*Life gets busy and it’s not always easy to make it into an office setting. Be sure to discuss with your intake specialist your options for telephone or video chat therapy!