Isla Craig

How do we open to the transmissions of our inner life? Therapy is an opportunity to deepen our awareness of the present, to gain access to feeling, and increase our ability to communicate with new language, imagery, and dimension.

Caroline Millen

Therapy helps to carve a clearer path as you journey along life’s many winding roads. In a supportive space fit for conversation and silence we tune in to your authentic self and tackle obstacles interfering with your potential. Starting therapy is a courageous act. Welcome. You are on your way.

Mina McCluskey

“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” – Carl Jung. Therapy provides a unique opportunity to have someone walk alongside you and help light the way as you forge your own path toward self-discovery, healing, and change. Your courage brought you here. Let’s take the next step together.

Sylvia Mohanraj

If you are interested in getting to the roots of your thoughts and feelings, you have come to the right place. In therapy, we collaborate to understand the values and experiences that make you who you are and forge a path to move from suffering, anger, and anxiety, toward wholeness and healing.

Jennifer Bettger

Welcome. People come to therapy for many different reasons, often seeking relief from some form of suffering, and hoping to feel more like themselves again. When the challenges you’re facing become too much to bear alone, a safe and accepting therapeutic relationship can provide the support you need to move forward.

Marion Schell

Emotional suffering is painful and lonely. It doesn’t have to be. Psychotherapy is talk therapy that promises change through self-awareness. The more understanding we have of our-selves and our feelings, the more choice, fulfillment, and peace we have in our lives. Under-standing our emotional life contributes greatly to the joy of life.

Fadi Abou-Rihan

In spite of great difficulties, you’ve not given up on finding meaning in your life. In helping you figure out what moves you, psychotherapy allows you to make better sense of what you’re going through, to be more aware of your strengths, and more mindful of what you need to sort out.

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