Your Story Matters:
Your story, your pain, and your collection of struggles are unique to you. There is no one-size fits all approach to therapy. We’ll spend time understanding exactly what you are experiencing and why so that when you start making changes that improve your life, they will stick.
Support from All Angles:
Addiction and its attending emotional impacts are best served by a comprehensive approach. You will learn and grow in areas related to mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, relational, and even financial health. In addition to talk therapy, you may choose to utilize EMDR, Neurofeedback, and other approaches to meet your needs quickly and effectively.
Cutting-edge Therapy, Tailored for You:
When it comes to your healing you or your marriage, we work to assure the best outcomes and we leave nothing to chance. We train and certify in the leading methods of addiction, trauma, and relationship therapy so that you are getting what has been proven to work most effectively.
Experiencing Healing Through Relationship:
Vulnerability. Empathy. Connection. Intimacy. These are all words used when talking about healing and healthy relationships. These concepts can remain just vocabulary without seeing how they work in action. Our team is tight knit and we have real connection with each other. For our clients, that means when you come to our office, you will feel supported by everyone on the staff, even if they aren’t your therapist. Our whole team works together on every level to support our clients and help them to heal. You are the most important thing to us.
Group Support for Your Individual Healing Path:
“The only person who can help a ____________ is another ___________.”
When it’s the right time and the right fit, you might want to add some group therapy to the work you are doing. Our groups are specifically focused on providing useful information, experiences, and relationships to aid you in your healing journey. Call us to find out about current groups.
We always offer groups for Sex/Pornography addicts (separate male and female groups), Spouses of Addicts, and groups for supporting people who are working on issues related to trauma.