Maybe you’ve tried to “get over it” on your own. You’ve tried meditating, taking walks, pushing the growing feelings of anxiety, or the void of depression, down into a deep pit somewhere in your body.

But it’s not working. You still feel the racing beat of your heart or like you don’t want to leave the house. Everything still feels hard, as if you’ll never be able to get control over your thoughts and emotions.

And that makes you feel worse.

Thankfully, even when you feel the most hopeless and lost, there’s help. When you’re hurting, feeling overwhelmed, suffering from anxiety or depression, or feel like you could use some extra support, individual therapy can help you feel better.

What Is Individual Therapy?

You may have heard it called by many different names: counseling, talk therapy, psychotherapy, or just plain therapy. But no matter what it’s called, individual therapy refers to one thing: a type of talk therapy where you sit down one-on-one with a trained therapist.

Individual Therapy Services

All of our highly-trained therapists have experience helping clients with mental health issues like trauma, addiction, relationship problems, anxiety, depression, coping with major life transitions, and gaining self-knowledge. Your therapist will create an environment where you’ll feel safe to share, talk, and start untangling the complex experiences and emotions that come with being human.

While a therapist can help you feel better, individual therapy is not a cure. It’s a process that takes hard work and real effort. It’s not easy. But it is effective.

All you have to do to get started is fill out the form for a free consultation. Once you’re paired up with one of our excellent therapists, you’ll work directly with him or her to come up with a treatment plan and schedule appointments.

How It Works

  1. Initial Consultation

    You'll speak with a licensed professional about how you're feeling and what your goals are. Then, we'll pair you up with a therapist we think will be a good fit.

  2. Assessment

    You'll meet with your therapist for the first time. He/She will assess where you are and the best way to proceed.

  3. Treatment Plan

    You and your therapist will come up with a treatment plan, then you'll embark on your journey.

Start Feeling Better – Schedule a Consultation

The bottom line: There is help. There is hope. What you’re feeling right now doesn’t define you. You aren’t broken. You don’t deserve to be in pain. And you can feel better.

Whatever brought you to us, whatever feelings urged you to seek help, no matter what issues have been plaguing you, we can help. When you’re feeling lost, overwhelmed, or like life is passing you by, you don’t have to endure that pain alone.

Take the first steps towards feeling better and schedule a consultation.