Providing individual, couples, and family counseling (Ages 10 - 65+) in person or telehealth. We offer sessions for 2 hours (individual, couples & family if needed). Areas of service are Missouri (telehealth/in person) and Arizona (telehealth).
- Addictive Behaviors
- Adolescent Behavioral Challenges
- Medical Trauma
- Trauma & Stress
- Creative Block
- Identity Based Trauma and/or Core Identity "Who are you"
- Anger Management (individual therapy not classes)
- Life Transitions (new job, retirement, relocation, new baby, health, divorce, etc.)
- Bereavement & Grief
- Feeling Stuck
- Time Management
- Mood Changes & Challenges
- Feeling Lost
- Emotional and Anxiety
- Negative Habits and/or Behaviors
- Relationship Issues (monogamy, non-monogamy, polyamory, family, friendship, romantic, community or group)
- Work Issues
- Gender Issues
- Co-parenting Counseling
- Supervised Visitations
Some of our therapeutic modalities used in session:
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing): involves attention to three time periods: the past, present, and future. Focus is given to disturbing memories and related events. Also, given to current situations that cause distress, and to develop the skills and attitudes needed for positive future actions. These items are addressed using an eight-phase treatment approach that helps remove blocks in mental processing that may have been impacted by trauma; this technique can be used for the following:
Loss of a loved one, Injury of a loved one, car accident, fire, work accident, witness to violence, victim of a crime, performance anxiety, depression, anxiety or panic, phobias, fears, childhood trauma & abuse, physical abuse, PTSD, bad temper, illness, low self-esteem, relationship problems, worrying, natural disasters, robbery, assist with pain, overeating, seizures, and addiction.
Walk and Talk Therapy - is a form of psychotherapy that incorporates walking outdoors while talking about issues and problems-solving with your therapist. Walk-and-talk therapy, sometimes referred to as hiking therapy, can happen in a public park or on nearby trails. This alternative provides a new approach by infusing the benefits of fresh air and exercise into the therapy sessions.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy): Manage symptoms of mental illness, treating a mental illness when medications aren't a good option, identify ways to manage emotions, cope with grief and loss, overcoming emotional trauma, managing pain, overcoming emotional trauma, and reducing symptoms associated with several disorders
Brainspotting: Different types of traumas, grief, anxiety, anger, impulsive behaviors, substance use, phobias or fears, performance (creative and physical).
In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of our client's individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for. Trusting the process is very important throughout your therapeutic journey.