Everyone experiences troubles and stress in life. We all search for meaning, especially in difficult times. Our role is to help you navigate through that journey and provide appropriate tools for facing life's difficulties. We strive to provide a safe, non-judgmental and positive environment so that we can explore options, build upon your natural strengths, evaluate directions and help you achieve success in your life goals.
Acculturation & Multicultural Issues
Have you had a hard time feeling like yourself again after moving to the PNW? Whether you come from a few miles away or a few thousand, moving is a huge stressor that can throw you off your game. Counseling with professionals who understand the science and norms underlying change and acculturation can help ease the transition and help you succeed in your new life.
Post Partum Depression & Anxiety
If you or a loved one are struggling with depression or anxiety issues related to pregnancy, reaching out for help can be very scary. Treatment by trained and caring professionals helps lift post partum depression and anxiety to help moms feel better sooner.
Substance Use Issues
People who struggle with mental health disorders may also struggle with substance use issues. Research shows that concurrently treating both mental health and substance use issues can lead to more desirable outcomes.
ADHD & Autism Spectrum
Meeting goals and connecting to others can be difficult for people with ADHD & Autism. Talk therapy can be a helpful in building your self-confidence, improving relationships and tracking progress to help you achieve your life goals. Couples therapy can also be helpful in navigating differences and increasing your relationship's strengths.
We strongly believe that healthy connection to and with others is crucial to living the life you want. When you feel disconnected or overly connected to the people in your life, you sense of self and overall functioning can suffer. Psychotherapy can help you feel more confident in handling difficult relationship issues.
If you are struggling with depression and/or thoughts about killing yourself, you don't have to fight alone. Research says that talk therapy is equally as effective as medication for mild to moderate depression and is recommended alongside medication for severe depression.