A BOUTIQUE FOR YOUR MIND
Overcoming your eating disorder may require you to replace your harmful coping mechanisms with positive ones. You might not be able to avoid the stress or trauma that caused your eating disorder in the first place, but you can learn healthier ways to process your emotions and calm yourself down during challenging moments.
Regardless of whether or not you anticipated a life transition, adjusting to change is not easy. It is, however, a great opportunity to learn about yourself and honor your strengths. You have the resilience needed to manage your life transitions, and you can grow from the experience.
Executive coaching with a licensed therapist is your opportunity to explore your career goals, strengthen your professional skills, and develop a better work-life balance. Many professionals work with counselors and career coaches to maximize their success while maintaining good mental health.
At your core, you are a creative. A writer, musician, actor – your art, your creative space is where you feel most confident. Outside of your creative bubble, you face the realities of life. As a result, you feel anxious, depressed, and overwhelmed. We help creatives explore their greatness and ways to expand it to all areas of their life.
Love is one of the most profound emotions people can experience. Life’s inevitable challenges can strain intimate relationships. When issues are left unaddressed, the health of the relationship is in jeopardy. Our therapists help you get through these transitions to secure and strong and successful relationship.
This specialty is focused on therapy and consulting for executives and professionals. Small business professionals and management executives can often make sense of their anxieties, manage their stress, and strengthen their professional expertise through this type of therapy.
Taking the leap into therapy is a powerful but difficult decision for many law enforcement professionals. Many officers are taught to be stoic and to internalize their experiences. However, counseling is often the missing piece of the puzzle in the broader conversation about officer health and wellness.
If you’re a person of color, you should have access to the same level of care that’s available for everyone else. However, a one-size-fits-all treatment isn’t necessarily appropriate for your situation. Therapy for people of color must address the specific issues that you deal with as a minority.