We know no one gets excited about calling a therapist and saying, “I need help.” Reaching out for help feels unsettling and weak. It feels like giving up. We’re here to tell you it’s the opposite of that.
If you’re considering therapy, we think you are brave. Asking for help means believing you are more than just your struggles. Because you so are. You’re also your ability to see your struggles, acknowledge them and deal with them. And if a good way for you to do that is to talk to someone with experience, then we are here for you.
We are a group of therapists working together to make counseling “normal,” effective, and one of the best decisions someone can make. Whether you are in a crisis, life transition or need more support in your life, we get it.
We want to hear your story, just as it is, no edits, no additions, no glossy finish. No matter what your “it” is, we’ve been there. We have our own struggles; we worry and lose our way just like everyone else.
It’s not just a job, it’s a privilege. We do not take it lightly that you are thinking about this, and our goal is to understand and join you right where you are. Messes don’t scare us.
We are drawn to raw unfiltered courage. We want to help you find the tenacity and grit that is needed to feel different and be different. And that requires work, and it isn’t always easy, but when we deny our stories, that’s when they define us. And that takes a toll. When we own our stories, we become the author who writes the brave new ending.
If that doesn’t make sense yet, don’t worry! You don’t have to know the whole story right now. The first step is to show up and say, “I don’t want to do this alone anymore” and just. start. talking.
It’s that simple.
We take it from there. We are professionals. We know how to do this whole “therapy thing.” In fact, we’re really good at it.
So think about it. If you have the feeling that it might help you, we are confident it will be one of the best decisions you will ever make.
And that’s why we’re.