How Can We Help?
Adult Individual Therapy
All people at some point in their life struggle. Often, the struggle brings with it emotional darkness and heaviness combined with feeling a sense of spiritual doubt to possibly feeling lost and alone. This is why we hold to our specialization in Christian Integrative therapy. We believe you are designed to be in community with others, and we will help you move through the pain in these areas. We use the mental health strategies and tools that work and help you incorporate them in your life, strengthening your faith and your worldview.
Marriage and Couples Counseling
Marriage is supposed to be our most supportive human relationship in our adult life, but so often it is also the most difficult. We work with married couples (and couples that aren’t married) who have the desire for the most healthy and functional relationship possible. We help couples sort out how to connect more with each other, how to connect more with God, and how to move forward. During this process , sometimes couples choose divorce, and we continue to provide therapy and support through divorce and the difficult aftermath.
Couples usually spend well over $10,000 on the wedding day with no guarantees of relationship success. High quality premarital counseling will help provide your marriage with a solid foundation that won’t be shaken by the difficulties that will come for you and your future-spouse. Even if your relationship has been virtually perfect up to this point, I guarantee you that there will be challenges ahead. We provide needed education, structure, and guidance as you co-create your future together rather than just leaving it up to chance!
We are unique but have commonality of being human and living in the human condition. Here are some of the most common struggles we see in the people we have the privilege of working with.
- Relationship problems (marriage, with kids, with friends, with coworkers and bosses)
- Parenting frustrations
- Spiritual needs
- Stress & feeling overwhelmed
- Adjustment difficulties
- Low self-esteem
- Abuse- past or present
- Losses, bereavement, and grief
- Suicidal thoughts
- Rapidly changing emotions
- Social and friendship problems
- Family conflicts
- Sleep problems
- Lack of purpose in life
- Difficulties resulting from your childhood or upbringing
- Traumatic stress reactions
- Military related problems
- Life transitions (i.e. college, marriage, birth of children, divorce, job changes, retirement)
- Impulsive behaviors
- Problematic financial behaviors