We're glad you're here. Taking the first step to seek support for yourself or others in your family is a powerful, affirming action.
Sometimes, reaching out to ask for help dealing with the challenges life can bring can feel intimidating, or even scary. The prospect of opening up and talking about the struggles so many of us face can feel like a relief to some, but overwhelming to others. It's normal to feel uneasy -- and even nervous -- about your first few meetings with a therapist you don't know, especially if the idea of going to therapy is new to you or your family.
Our goal is to provide all of our clients with a safe, relaxed, nonjudgmental atmosphere in which trust is earned in an environment of mutual respect, and shared humanity. We might be therapists, but we're also spouses, parents, siblings, and children of aging parents.