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Succulents

What We Treat

Let’s face it, being an adult is hard and it can suck…a lot. Especially when you’re navigating one of life’s many challenges. You may have noticed that you’ve been feeling sad, anxious, or overwhelmed lately. Or, you might be going through a time of major change in your life that’s left you feeling shaken or unsure. Wherever you are on life’s journey and whatever issues you’re dealing with at the moment, we can help. Our therapists offer a variety of counseling services designed to meet your needs. 

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Depression

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LGBTQ+ Friendly Counseling

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Stress Managment

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Anxiety

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Self-Esteem Issues

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Grief and Loss

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Trauma and PTSD

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Bipolar Disorder

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Societal Reentry Difficulties

What to Expect for Your First Session

Your first session is usually a time for the therapist to gather information about you. Before you walk into the session your therapist will have sent you a bunch of forms about your current and past emotional and mental health that they will review with you. All of this information helps the therapist gain a deeper understanding of your situation. Keep in mind, it may take a few sessions for your therapist to fully understand your situation and concerns and to determine the best approach to treatment. 

The first season is also an opportunity for you to interview your therapist to see if his or her approach and personality are the best fit for you. At any time during therapy, especially in the beginning, please don’t hesitate to ask the therapist questions. Having a good “fit” with your therapist is crucial for therapy to be effective. 

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