Greetings and welcome to Relationship Therapy Center. At RTC it is our goal to offer an environment where you can have an experience in surroundings that are safe and supportive. It can be anxiety provoking for you to first come into therapy, but if you know that we are a safe space, and you will be fully accepted, it can be very rewarding and growth producing for your life.
I applaud your effort in coming to therapy. I believe that you are the expert in your life, yet sometimes we need a helping hand along the way, and I am grateful to be a part of your journey. I firmly believe in the benefit of offering unconditional positive regard as a therapeutic orientation. In our sessions you will find a supportive environment, encouragement, and a multitude of tools to apply to life’s obstacles. Whether you are an individual looking for help in life transitions, grief, anxiety, depression or the many other things that can challenge humans, there is help and support.
I believe in the balance and harmony of mind, body, emotion, and soul and strive for mindfulness in supporting each individual’s purpose in life. And I look forward to meeting you where you are in your journey! In my work with individuals, I use a mindfulness based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that will allow you to identify what is getting in your way and provide solutions to thrive in your life.
Children and Teens have unique challenges these days. I provide Child Play Therapy using games, art, sand tray and other methods designed to allow children to express themselves, learn how to process emotions, learn coping skills and recover from hurts. Teens often use games, music, art and often talk therapy to overcome hurt, anxiety, depression, peer and family struggles and just the challenges of being a teenager in Therapy for Teens. Sometimes parents and children need help to reunify a relationship, called reunification therapy. You can trust me to help you and your child overcome the distance to make your relationship move forward.
Married Couples, Pre-marital couples, those who live together or are dating in separate homes; whether heterosexual or LGBTQIA or any other combination can learn how to have healthier relationships. There are many challenges to being partnered and many benefits. Patterns that are unhealthy can create lasting damage and drive wedges between partners. There are tools to learn how to have a happy, stable relationship that have been researched and are effective. Don’t wait until it gets too bad, come in now to resolve the conflicts and learn ways to stay connected in a healthy way.