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Feel Heard and Supported

Gain Healing and Hope

Live with Peace and Connection

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Individual therapy for adults

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One-on-one counseling so you can live with more emotional peace, overcome personal challenges, and heal from hurtful experiences.

Sometimes life doesn't go as planned. It can hurt. Meeting one-on-one with a therapist can help men and women figure out why parts of their life or relationships aren't working, heal from painful experiences, and find out how to move forward. 

Are you looking to experience meaningful change in your life?

​Therapy can help adults heal from trauma, loss, challenging life circumstances, difficult relationships, abuse, or mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and more.

We help people who seem to have it together actually feel like they do.

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What types of things do people discuss in therapy?

How can therapy help?

Counseling isn’t only for those who are hurting, but also for those who need to find a different solution for how their life and relationships are currently going.

How much time, effort, or money is spent to numb or check out of your life - whether it’s general busyness, relationships, substances, work, or online and social media scrolling? We spend so much time purposely not feeling life and not deeply connecting to others.


Together we can help you reconnect to yourself. You’ll gain new wisdom that changes where your life will go from here.


If you’re ready, we're ready to help!


Getting started is easy


Message Us Today

Message us and a therapist will schedule a time to meet and talk with you online over Zoom


Chat & Create a Plan

Talk through the process for you to accomplish your goals and set a regular time to meet


Put Strategy into Action

Meet with your therapist, get unstuck, and start feeling better

We Believe

“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”
- Brené Brown

Our therapists who offer individual counseling services:

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