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If we don't tell our stories, our stories will tell us. Our stories will impact us either unconsciously or consciously. It's up to us to decide whether we'll be passive recipients or active agents in shaping our lives. 

Dr. Dan Allender


Entering therapy is a brave step towards self-discovery and healing. It takes courage to open up about your life and begin to explore the depths of your story. But by taking this step, you are giving yourself the opportunity to grow and thrive in ways you may not have thought possible. 
Therapy offers a confidential space to explore your feelings, thoughts and bodily sensations and begin to understand the messages your mind and body are communicating to you. Often people feel a pain inside they are unable to understand or articulate. Perhaps you're frustrated and beginning to feel hopeless or helpless to change. Transformation and change is possible but it is a process, not an event. 

This process involves experiencing a corrective relational experience with your therapist (connection and safety), moments of revelation, your life being witnessed and of deepening self-compassion. This is the power of therapy.

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Family therapy helps families work through a variety of issues, such as communication breakdowns and behavioral problems in children. The therapist works with the family as a unit to develop effective coping strategies and improve their relationships with one another. By addressing the root causes of their conflicts, families can learn to communicate more openly and honestly, and build stronger, healthier bonds.

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Through one-on-one sessions, individuals (ages 15+) can explore their thoughts and feelings in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Whether you are dealing with anxiety, depression, addictions, relationship issues, or simply feeling stuck, individual therapy can help you gain clarity, develop coping skills, and move forward towards a more fulfilling life. 

Parents and Daughter

Cross cultural transitions can be challenging, but also incredibly rewarding. Whether you are moving a new country for work or study, or simply navigating the complexities of living in a multicultural society, there are many opportunities for personal growth and learning. 


Group therapy is a type of therapy where multiple people with similar issues or concerns come together to work on their individual goals and receive support from one another.
It is led by a trained therapist and can provide a sense of community, understanding, and connection for participants.

Father and Daughter

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is a psychotherapy treatment that is proven to be effective in addressing trauma. This process helps to reprocess a traumatic memory in a way that reduces its intensity and emotional impact on an individual in
the present day.

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Attachment-based parenting emphasizes building a strong emotional bond between parents and their children. It involves being responsive to a child's needs and providing a safe and secure environment that fosters healthy development. By prioritizing the attachment bond, parents can create a strong foundation for their child's future

“I’ve learned to reconnect with my body and be aware of how my body changes in different situations. When I’m stressed or am triggered, I am better at regulating my body.”

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 ...this is so much of life: holding the really beautiful things and the profoundly hard things in the same palm.

Suleika Jaouad

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