Hositility at Home?
Family. You don't get to choose who your family is but you can choose to work on better relationships with them. Whether your family is large or small, we function and feel better when our families and our homes are filled with love and respect, enabling each member to work, learn, and contribute.
If you feel your family isn't how you'd hoped, consider family counseling as your next step.
Whether you are in a committed relationship, newly-married, or have been together for decades, our intimate relationships work best when we feel supported, respected, and 'on the same page'.
Whether your stress comes from disconnection as co-parents, providers, or partners, couples counseling is the place to heal past hurts, rekindle past love, and dream together again.
Ready for a Change?
We function the best when our thoughts and emotions are in balance. Our balanced inner-worlds can fall apart in an instant or can slowly crumble over time. Bringing our minds into balance can free us from anxiety, depression, and move us closer to seeing our hopes and dreams realized.
If you have forgotten how to be you again or want to start a new path for yourself, one-on-one counseling sessions can jumpstart your plans.
EMDR (Eye Movement Densensitization & Reprocessing)
Feeling Stuck with Talk Therapy?
Traditional counseling with empathetic and supportive counselors has provided lasting changes for many. Unfortunately, sometimes talk therapy is not sufficient to provide psychological relief that many are looking for.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. EMDR is a set of standardized protocols that incorporates elements from many different treatment approaches. To date, EMDR therapy has helped millions of people of all ages relieve many types of psychological stress.
(as described by EMDR International Association, www.emdria.org)
For those that have tried traditional talk therapies with limited success, EMDR might be worth exploring.
For a list of EMDR related research, click here.
For a download of an additional list of EMDR trauma research, click here.