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Therapy for Individuals

Individuals: Welcome

Areas of Specialty

Anxiety and Depression

Depression and anxiety can be debilitating. If you struggle with these, you may feel like you don't want to get out of bed in the mornings. You might feel like there is nothing to look forward to in your day. You probably find it hard to spend time with friends and family because your desire to connect with others is gone. You may even be struggling to keep things afloat at work.

Anxiety and depression are biological, so you may already be addressing these with medication. However, medicine can only do so much. Counseling can help you slow down and stop the racing thoughts that come from anxiety and depression. These negative thoughts may feel like they are a part of you at this point. The good news is there are many tools and techniques that will help you get distance from the thoughts and emotions that hold you back. You can regain control of your life and find joy and motivation again. Counseling can help you find happiness and wholeness (maybe for the first time ever).

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Relationships can be wonderful and uplifting, or they can be painful and anxiety-inducing.  Miscommunication, broken trust, and frustration with others can sometimes make you want to throw in the towel and go live on a deserted island. (Please don't do that!)

Counseling can help you navigate and improve relationships in your life, whether it be with family members, coworkers, friends, or significant others. Counseling can give you the space to examine what's working and what's not and create a plan that will improve your day-to-day life with others. A counselor can be the unbiased, accepting person who can walk with you as you navigate and improve your relationships, one of the trickiest parts of life.

Grief or Loss

Loss come in many forms, and it can rock your world. It often seems like no one understands the amount of pain you are going through. Some people may even say things like, "You'll be okay. It just takes time." or "I'll pray that you can move on."

No matter your loss--whether it be a parent or spouse, a job, a marriage, a pregnancy--you can't just move on. It takes work in order to integrate the loss into the story of your life and to find a place of healing.

 Even though your life may never be the same as it was before, you can find joy and laughter again. Counseling help you sort out the layers of your loss and find meaning there. It can help you reconnect with the parts of yourself that you want to get back. It can help you find joy again.

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Sexuality and Spirituality

Here in the Bible belt, it's hard to find a place where you can sort out issues related to sexuality and spirituality, but these are two areas of life that can't be ignored. Whether you are struggling with spiritual questions or hangups regarding your sexuality, we want to offer you a safe space to process these freely.

Sometimes, guilt and shame try to hold us down and paralyze us. Don't let that happen. Counseling offers you a safe and nonjudgmental space to process your thoughts, questions, and experiences. We want to honor your story and help you draw closer to God, even in the difficult seasons. Your questions and your doubts don't even begin to scare God. His love for you is so much bigger than that.

We are honored to walk with you on this path of
authenticity, hope, and healing.

Life Transitions

Changes are supposed to be exciting, right? Yeah, sometimes they are. But other times, they bring on much anxiety and stress. Transitions like having a baby, starting a new job, going through a divorce, or moving to a new area can be overwhelming. Even if the change is a "good thing," that doesn’t make it easy. Life changes cause shifts in relationships and routines, and they cause fears and anxieties to surface.

Don't go through transitions like these alone. Counseling can help you get back on solid ground. It can help you sort out what you want your life to look like in this new phase, and it will help you feel calm and confident going forward. Make an appointment to see a therapist today.

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Individuals: What We Do
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