You are resilient

We manage many moments of pain, discomfort and unease every day. However, sometimes things, people and events impact us deeply, disrupt our normal ways of functioning and steal our ability to live the life we want to live. Therapy can help. Through counseling, clients discover the strengths they already have inside of themselves to face their challenges and learn skills to become better problem-solvers. Therapy makes us more resilient.

You will be seen

Therapy is an intentional way for someone to be seen, heard and cared for in a supportive, brave space and can include many forms of creative expression. The therapeutic relationship is unique from other relationships in a client's life due to the high level of trust and unconditional human regard that the therapist helps to facilitate. People often find that they are able to discover new insights about their families, experiences and themselves during the process. 

you can find what you need

Therapy is not easy. It requires a client to be honest and vulnerable, which is often uncomfortable. However, many have found therapy to be a crucial form of healing. Like strengthening a muscle or creating something for the first time, becoming resilient begins with hard work and develops into life-long wellness routines. Therapy, when approached with consistency and self-compassion, can be a transformative experience.

. . . and when we speak we are afraid
our words will not be heard
or welcomed
but when we are silent
we are still afraid
So it is better to speak . . .”
— Audre Lorde, "A Litany for Survival"