Group therapy can often produce faster and more effective results than individual therapy. The process of speaking your truth and taking interpersonal risks in front of 5-8 mirrors (members) challenges group members to be vulnerable and generates an unexpected insight into clients’ own conditions helps foster new abilities.

  • Process Group: For individuals wishing to create more authentic, fulfilling lives by addressing issues related to relationships, anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, and other social issues.
  • Divorce Group: This group is for individuals who are contemplating divorce, in the process of divorce or who have gone through a recent divorce. The goal of the group is to provide support, decrease isolation and help with current and/or future relationships.
  • Grief Group: With a focus on recent, traumatic, or pending loss, this group is similar to the Process Group but for clients specifically experiencing the “3D’s” of Loss: Death, Divorce & Detachment.


We practice therapy that is change-oriented by helping clients discover emotions, change unhealthy behaviors and improve their relationships. Clients might seek individual therapy to address current suffering, childhood trauma, or in the pursuit of personal growth and self-knowledge. We are skilled in the following areas:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Child & Family Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Divorce
  • Grief
  • Life Transitions
  • Marital and Premarital
  • Parenting
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Relationships
  • Womens Mental Health
  • Substance Abuse
  • Trauma



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