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Individual Therapy

Client Focus:

  • Adolescents (ages 13+)
  • Adults
  • Students
  • Athletes
  • Young Professionals
  • Teachers
  • School Social Workers
  • Athletic Coaches
  • Parents


  • Burnout
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety/Panic
  • Depression
  • Grief/Loss
  • Life Transitions
  • Relationship Issues
  • Sports Performance
  • Stress


  • Evidence-Based
  • Strengths-Based
  • Trauma-Informed
  • Values Directed
  • Psycho-Educational
  • Culturally Sensitive
  • Compassionate
  • Personalized

Life can be extremely overwhelming and unpredictable within this fast-paced and demanding world we live in. We constantly need to adapt to new challenges and are often inundated with information, deadlines, texts, emails, news, and social media. Many of us feel intense pressure to be perfect at everything. If you’re a teen, young adult, or student-athlete in particular, you’re likely facing all of these challenges on top of huge life decisions and milestones that you might not feel prepared to take on. Meanwhile, you’re somehow trying to find a sense of balance and autonomy. Life is hard!

If you’re a parent, teacher, or coach, you’re likely not given the amount of credit and support you deserve. You’re putting out fires left and right, juggling a million things at once, and probably finding very little time for your own needs. This isn’t sustainable!

No matter what stage of life you’re in, it can feel impossible to find inner peace and confidence among the constant pressures and distractions of today. As a result, struggling with your mental health is completely NORMAL and HUMAN. However, if left unaddressed, this can manifest in a variety of harmful ways. Individual therapy can be highly beneficial if you’re dealing with any of the following symptoms:

  • Intense worry, fear, or panic attacks
  • Irritability/feeling on edge
  • Frustration/anger
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in doing things you once enjoyed
  • Feeling hopeless or directionless
  • Isolating
  • Low self-confidence/self-limiting beliefs
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Irregular appetite
  • Exhaustion/burnout
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Engaging in unhealthy coping mechanisms (e.g. stress eating, drugs/alcohol, excessive screen time, etc.)
  • Sports performance issues and injuries
  • Constantly comparing yourself to others
  • Relationship conflicts
  • Difficulty managing time or staying organized

How Can Therapy Help?

Therapy is a supportive way to process and express your thoughts and feelings openly and without judgment. It’s meant to empower you to face the things that are holding you back, to pursue your personal goals, and to develop skills for better coping with life’s inevitable stressors. Starting therapy may bring up anxiety or discomfort for some, but this is completely normal and all part of the process. We don’t grow without stepping outside of our comfort zones, and you should be proud of yourself for finding the courage to do so. With a committed effort, it’s likely you’ll experience benefits such as reduced stress, stronger self-awareness, improved relationships, and enhanced coping skills. Below are some areas we might work on together:

  • Building self-awareness
  • Committed action towards your goals and values
  • Confidence building
  • Coping strategies
  • Emotional regulation skills
  • Effective communication/social skills
  • Mindfulness/meditation
  • Personal discovery
  • Processing grief/loss or trauma
  • Self-advocacy and boundary setting
  • Self-care and self-compassion
  • Techniques for improving sports performance & overcoming injury
  • Time management/executive functioning skills
  • The mind-body connection

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