Please note that all services are now being offered via video or phone due to Covid-19.
Anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and many other experiences can be difficult to handle alone. Counseling provides you with an opportunity to process thoughts, feelings and situations in one-to-one sessions which can be helpful for overcoming personal struggles.
Couples Counseling can help deepen your intimacy and connection and improve communication. Couples counseling can help you resolve relationship hiccups and speed bumps before they become impasses: You might be struggling to address topics that have come up as your relationship has matured. You might not be seeing eye-to-eye on parenting, having children, communication style, intimacy, etc, but through couples counseling you can actually propel the growth of your relationship by highlighting and understanding both points of view and discovering if your values are aligned.
There are times when family counseling may be necessary to address the family dynamic and to provide support to family members who are struggling with a child or loved one facing mental illness.
(Related to your children)
Parents who are caring for their child dealing with mental illness and behavioral concerns often find themselves with a wedge between them and as a result, their relationship is negatively impacted. Parents are encouraged to get a better understanding of their child’s mental illness so that they can provide the necessary support. Couples counseling can provide a way for couples to turn toward each other rather than away from each other when managing their daily stress.
Groups run between 4-8 weeks depending on the group. More info can be found when the specific group will be run. Payment is due in 4 week increments in advance. If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact Janice.
Starting March 2021
Upcoming Support Groups
Anxiety Support Group
Anxiety and depression are at an all time high especially given the impact that COVID-19 has presented. Closed groups will be made available for adolescents to address anxiety to get your child on the path to managing their symptoms of anxiety.
Parent Suicide Survivor Support Group
One of the worst things that can happen to a parent is losing their child. This group is being offered to parents who have lost their child to suicide and is different from a general grief group.