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    Depression Bipolar & Mood Challenges


    Feelings of sadness, fearfulness, irritability, being overwhelmed or not being able to get out of bed or to enjoy things that you used to enjoy – also changes in your eating, sleeping, and socializing habits can all mean Depression may be affecting you. Contact us for an assessment to learn more about this very treatable condition if any of these sound familiar.


    A range of experiences that include having lots of energy without much need to sleep, starting numerous projects without being able to finish, talking excessively or fast and other changes. These experiences may occur in many of us, but when they disrupt daily life and relationships, bipolar disorder can be the cause. Sometimes, but not always, the periods of increased energy are followed by times of depression. Bipolar in young adults may also be noticed in young adults as extreme irritability.

    Bipolar can be mild, moderate or severe and treatment can be extremely helpful. Contact us for an assessment or to discuss any concerns of this sounds like you or a loved one.


    Click the link to learn more about the concept of mood and some basic recommendations for natural ways to boost your mood. Also see our resources page for more information about mood and other topics.



    Feeling unnecessarily concerned about things other people don’t worry about, or that you can’t go out or enjoy social events the way that you would like to? Do you experience panic attacks, routines that steal your time and enjoyment of life or do you feel like you can’t stop worrying? These are all symptoms of anxiety. Call us and we can help with a professional assessment treatment to plan to help you manage or eliminate these symptoms.

    College & Graduate Students

    College Students

    Living independently from your family home can be a much anticipated and exciting time. That can make it doubly challenging when things don’t go as planned or you run into major problems. We have years of experience counseling college students with a range of issues from roommate conflict, adopting healthy coping behaviors, gender identity, sexual orientation, relationships, and even the emergence of major psychiatric issues.  

    Graduate Students

    The life transition that occurs once you commit to a graduate program and other life stressors make graduate school a common time for people to come to therapy for the first time.  We can help managing complicated advisor and committee relationships, staying on track with your dissertation, and more. We’ve been there and we can help navigate whatever you bring to us that’s coming up through your law school, medical school, PhD, or Master’s program experience. Talk to us to so we can help you be your best self and achieve the goals you’ve set for yourself.

    Trauma & PTSD


    Can be obvious and the cause easily traced such as an accident, loss, or other actual or near life threatening event. It also can be the chronic experience of emotional neglect or other hurtful relationship patterns.

    Trauma in any form can be life-limiting, but with proper diagnosis, treatment and support it can helped and healed. If trauma is impacting your life in any way contact us to learn more.


    Post Traumatic Stress Disorder happens when someone finds they have ongoing difficulty and symptoms following a traumatic event. Some people may re-experience visions of what happened, have reoccurring thoughts about the event, find themselves, jumpy, anxious, depressed, or changing their behavior. Numbing behaviors are also common to help cope with the intense feelings that happen with PTSD. Treatment is available – contact us to schedule an assessment.

    LGBTQIA+ & Gender Identity

    Exploring your gender and/or sexual identity and deciding when and how to live authentically can be a helpful focus of therapy for members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Our counselors can support you with self exploration, the coming out process, and processing the microaggressions and experiences that commonly occur in the work place and society at large.

    Members of the LGBTQIA+ community experience higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide – you don’t have to feel alone. We are here to help and support you and your loved ones if these are questions, issues or concerns that impact you. Call us today to see how we can help.


    Romantic, family, roommates, work-life, co-parenting, and more the fact is we all interact with others and while relationships at best can be amazing and supportive. When they aren’t working, little else can make us feel so overwhelmed, helpless and alone.

    We can help you navigate a path forward when all seems lost – call us to help you better understand your current relationship(s), learn tools and tips to improve communication, and to better get what you need from the relationship(s) and people you already have in your life, or to assess and understand when change is needed.

    Life Transitions

    Many people seek therapy for the first time or return for some personal growth work at key transition points in their life. For example:

    Considering marriage or moving in together

    Starting a family or parenting kids at a new age/stage

    Changing jobs or careers, returning to school

    Following a death or significant loss

    After a serious medical diagnosis or major life event

    Deciding whether to stay or leave a relationship

    We find these and many other life changes offer the opportunity to connect with your authentic self and reflect, grow, heal, and sometimes to do things differently going forward. Whetehr it’s a big or small life transition we think therapy is one of the best investments you can make in yourself and invite you to call us today.

    Multicultural Wellness

    People who experience discrimination in any form and who are the recipients of microaggressions and persecution have higher rates of depression, anxiety, and suicide. You’re not alone, call us to see if we can help you make sense of your experiences and live as a the truest version of yourself without fear.

    In-Person & Telehealth Appointments

    We provide confidential one-on-one individual sessions, and limited couples counseling and family options to help you and your loved ones make important changes. 

    Appointments are available in our offices or via the comfort of your home through telehealth video calls.

    Reach out to us today!

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