Individual Therapy

The face of therapy is changing, and more people are coming to therapy, especially minorities. The benefits of therapy vary from person to person, but if you are struggling emotionally or with certain experiences, decisions or behaviors, there is nothing like sitting down one on one with a skilled and caring professional. Individual Therapy

With the impact of COVID-19 our new reality, now is the best time to work with a therapist to better understand you. Therapy is a chance to work towards happiness, feel more connected, learn to listen to yourself and gain skills to navigate life.

Our diverse team includes marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers and child and adolescent specialists. We currently have virtual sessions and some in office spots available.

 

face Therapy For our ambitious women in business (entrepreneurs, mompreneurs, corporate leaders and the like) if there is something in your business that you’re struggling with, and you just can’t seem to work through it on your own- like getting a handle on over thinking, setting clear boudaries, or breaking through your fear of being seen, our Group Coaching program may be it for you.

It’s ideal if your concerns are more in this area, and you need a clear plan of action to get around where you’re stuck, and accountability to implement a new pattern of thinking for MASSIVE shifts in your life and business.┬áIf coaching sounds like what you need, take a look at the course and get started right away, no wait!

 

 Group Coaching program

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