We encourage you to explore your past, look openly at the present, learn more about yourself, and find hope and healing for the future.
Naomi is in her late 30s and the single mom of an 11-year old son. She attends weekly AA meetings and has been sober for four years. She works for a non-profit and uses our sliding fee scale. She finds herself becoming more anxious as her son gets older. She wants to improve her parenting skills and she wants to let go of her pain from a difficult childhood. She also wants to make better decisions about how she relates to her siblings.
Rick and Julie are a young couple, married for 2 years. They realized their arguing was hurting their relationship and they wanted to address that issue before they started a family. They are learning ways to calm themselves and talk through their differences so they can come to mutual understanding and find satisfying resolutions to their problems and frustrations.
Ruth is 57 and works at a part-time clerical job. She also cleans houses for a few families. Her husband is 62 and has been out of work for 2 years. They do not have insurance and use our sliding fee scale. He is depressed and angry and becoming more difficult to live with. He is not willing to seek marriage counseling because he believes it is a waste of time and money. Ruth is also depressed and especially anxious about finances. She wants to feel better about herself, reconnect with some friends she has neglected, and feel some satisfaction in her life. She says that therapy is helping her to find positive ways of facing her life and empowering her to make good decisions for herself.