We treat all forms of abuse, including: sexual, emotional/mental, verbal, physical and spiritual. Abuse can have lasting effects and a deep impact, whether it happened a day ago or decade. Post-traumatic stress disorder is when an individual shows symptoms of experiencing a traumatic event. Symptoms include: nightmares, flashbacks, mood disturbance, sleep issues, memory loss and depression.
We use various therapies to treat abuse, including trauma-focused CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Trauma-Focused CBT and Play Therapy.
Trauma | Abuse
Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, is characterized by the following symptoms: stormy relationships; acts of self-harm & cutting; impulsive behaviors (overspending, substance abuse); splitting (black and white thinking); shaky identity; fear of abandonment. We are here to teach valuable skills of recovery for women, young and mature, struggling with this disorder. Suffering silently doesn’t have to be the norm anymore. BPD is very treatable when under the care of a skilled clinician.
We work with girls and women diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Many times, individuals don't know they are experiecing Borderline symptoms. Through the therapy process, we diagnose and treat Borderline Personality Disorder, including educating family. We implement DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and skills of recovery to treat Borderline Personality Disorder.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Anxiety | Depression
Symptoms of anxiety may include: having fear about the future, lack of concentration, sleep issues, heart palpitations, trembling, sweating, excessive worrying and fatigue. Symptoms of depression may include: tearfulness (crying easily), lack of motivation & interest, sleep disturbances, fatigue, social isolation, agitation and appetite issues. Anxiety and depression can exhibit differently in adolescents than in adults such as symptoms of self-harm, nightmares and separation anxieties.
We use a variety of therapies to treat anxiety and depression, including education for loved ones. We facilitate therapies in CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and skills development. We also work closely with a variety of community resources to support with any necessary medication management needs.
Many girls and women struggle with substance abuse issues. This can include: alcohol, amphetamines, pornography, opiates, marijuana and over the counter medications. We are here to support and teach valuable skills of recovery for women, young and old. We understand that addiction is a family disease and we empower the whole family. We teach the family appropriate boundaries, skills and lifelong knowledge for the best outcome possible for the individual and family.
We use a variety of therapies to treat substance abuse, including education for loved ones. We facilitate therapies in CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and skills development. We also work closely with a variety of community resources to support with any necessary medication management needs.
Separation can be a very traumatic event in a woman’s life. Whether the marriage was six months or sixty years, pain is the outcome. Even when divorce is the healthiest choice for a bright future, grief remains. Grieving a marriage is a loss, “like a death that someone chooses” as a client once said. Codependency is oftentimes a symptom of a toxic relationship. Whether recently separated or divorced for a decade, counseling can help pick up the pieces after the breakdown of a marriage.
We work with separated couples, women and their children and support women as they transition into uncharted territory. Therapy for divorce support is more than just sitting in grief with someone, though many times a priveledged necessity, it is teaching skills of emotional and mental self-reliance for uncharted territory.
Pre | Post
Women especially struggle with self-esteem issues, it can become all encompassing, almost obsessive. Whether it’s weight or body image, learning to see one’s self clearly can be a lifelong journey. We educate women, young and mature, about healthy body image and focus on their identity and purpose. We teach that all women have divine worth, and it is fixed. These concepts are the foundation of our treatment approach.
We use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) to treat and support girls and women with body image and self-esteem concern. When disordered eating is present, we coordinate services with local dieticans to support with treatment. We education loved ones and teach necessary skills of recovery.