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Services are confidential and any limits to confidentiality are reviewed in first session.

Psychological Diagnostic Evaluation

Comprehensive review of your history and symptoms.

Individualized Treatment Plan

Create goals with your therapist to focus on your areas of need.

Individual Therapy

50-60-minute sessions focused on reaching your goals.


We exclusively offer telehealth (video or phone) sessions. New clients are scheduled via email or consultation request only.



Witnessing a loved one grapple with addiction induces feelings of stress, hopelessness, and frustration, creating a profound impact on the entire family. The repercussions of addiction linger, casting a prolonged shadow that can seem overwhelming without proper support. We understand that addiction is entwined with a web of complex issues. In addition to addressing the immediate struggles, we are committed to delving into the underlying factors that often accompany addiction, such as:
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Grief and Loss
  • Lowered self-esteem
  • Relationship concerns
  • Mistrust


We can help you manage and reduce the symptoms of anxiety by helping you understand the biological basis of anxiety and identify why you may be experiencing these symptoms. Together with your therapist, you will learn coping tools to regulate your mind and body and find relief.

Signs of anxiety:

  • Excessive worry
  • Fear
  • Feeling of impending doom
  • Insomnia
  • Heart palpitations
  • Lack of concentration
  • Racing thoughts/unwanted thoughts
  • Fatigue
  • Restless
  • Sweating

Childhood Trauma

Despite trauma happening in the past, research shows that trauma lives in our bodies and continues to affect us throughout adulthood in unexpected ways. Some of the impacts of trauma include difficulty forming healthy relationships or regulating emotions, trouble sleeping, and high levels of anxiety or depression.

Our therapists are trauma-informed and use proven and effective treatment modalities to help you heal from harmful childhood experiences.

Types of childhood trauma:

  • Emotional, physical or mental abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Covert incest (emotional incest)
  • Oppression or marginalization
  • Forced in a parenting role at a young age
  • Witnessing domestic violence
  • Terror attacks

Eating Disorders

Whether you struggle with your relationship with food, body, or exercise, we offer individualized therapy services to meet your needs and help you gain control of your life. Our therapist will support you in taking back autonomy of your body and healing your relationship with food. You deserve to be free from disordered eating, find body acceptance,  and live a fulfilling life.

Disordered eating and eating disorders can present in various different ways and behaviors. Some common signs and symptoms include:

  • Preoccupation with body shape, size, and weight
  • Intense negative feelings about one’s body
  • Restricting, binge eating, or compulsive eating behaviors
  • Excessive or compulsive exercise patterns
  • Purging behaviors (e.g., vomiting, excessive exercise, using laxatives)
  • Intense fear of weight gain
  • Refusing to eat certain foods
  • Increasingly strict eating rules, cutting out specific foods or entire food groups.
  • Frequent dieting or obsessive calorie counting
  • Self-worth or self-esteem issues due to your weight or body shape


Perinatal and postnatal mental health refers to a woman’s emotional health during her pregnancy and postpartum period. Counseling provides emotional support and treatment for women struggling with pregnancy and parenting adjustment, a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder (such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder or post-traumatic stress syndrome), or grief related to infertility or perinatal loss.

If you are experiencing any of the following, our therapists can help you:

  • Feeling inadequate, as though you are not good enough
  • Feelings of guilt, shame or regret
  • Loss of interest, joy or pleasure
  • Desire to escape
  • Feelings of anger, irritability, sadness or hopelessness
  • Scary thoughts or images related to your baby
  • Fear of being alone with your baby
  • Racing thoughts or difficulty concentrating
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Perfectionism tends to cause complete mind and body exhaustion, leaving you feeling exhausted, irritable, or resentful. Our therapists will help you identify where perfectionism stems from, how to identify signs of perfectionism, and how to manage or even replace perfectionistic behaviors.

Signs of perfectionism:

  • Having unrealistic standards and expectations for yourself and others
  • High levels of self-doubt and insecurity
  • Hypersensitivity to feedback
  • Excessive self-criticism
  • Always being over-prepared or having a plan and experiencing high levels of discomfort if the plan changes
  • Rigid all-or-nothing thinking patterns
  • Self-worth or self-esteem that is contingent on productivity or success

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