With the right support, change is possible.
Anger. Anxiety. Self-criticism. Over-thinking. Shame.
As frustrating as it can be to witness these patterns in yourself, it’s important to remember: They’re just parts of you, they’re not all of who you are.
As Marriage and Family Therapists, we’re trained to view each individual through a systemic lens. This means that we believe symptoms don’t occur in isolation; we’re products of our environments, so we’re influenced by the relationships around us. From narrative to IFS to attachment based modalities, we have the tools to help you develop compassion and curiosity for the parts of yourself that are no longer serving you.
Through our sessions, you’ll uncover the real purpose behind the very thing keeping you stuck. And, together, we’ll find new ways of living that make sense for your life today.
All those stories you’ve internalized ( that you’re unlovable, unwanted, not enough… )? They might feel true (even necessary) to the fabric of who you are, but they’re keeping you stuck in patterns that don’t serve you.
We’ll help you expose these false narratives for what they really are. And, together, we’ll work to rewire your brain to create new stories so you can live and love your best self.
As Marriage and Family Therapists, relationships are our bread and butter. And while we love working with couples, helping you better understand the nuances and complexities of your role in relationships is where we shine.
Together, we’ll explore the (totally valid) motivations that are shaping your behavior in relationships. And we’ll identify new ways of responding that’ll serve you better and help you attract the love you deserve!
Our past experiences are incredibly powerful, shaping and molding our brains to carry core beliefs about ourselves and our sense of worth… even when they were never actually true. Just because a belief has been with you for years doesn’t mean it’s a life sentence.
Together, we’ll help you unburden the parts of yourself that are holding onto old narratives that are no longer (or never were) yours to carry.
Anxiety & Depression
Let’s be honest: It’s no fun to experience, but anxiety is absolutely necessary for our survival. Neurobiologically, we’re hard-wired to connect and to find meaning in our lives. So, when we struggle to meet these needs, anxiety is the part of our system that alerts us that something’s wrong.
Together, we’ll explore the root of your fears and use data from your everyday life to deepen your understanding of yourself and the world around you.