When used as a way of coping or an excuse for not living and doing what we want to in life, our challenges can take over and make life more challenging. If you are struggling with how you feel about yourself, you might find yourself avoiding activities that you once enjoyed. You might find that you drink to relax or spend much of your day obsessing about your body, choices you’ve made, worrying about the future.
As humans, we want to avoid pain. Emotional pain, physical pain, mental pain, and when we attempt to avoid pain by avoiding addressing the root of our struggle, the pain will find us over and over again. Therapy can help stop this pattern and help you to find more comfort in feeling pain and understanding the root of it so that you can better deal with the pain and find better, healthier ways of coping.
When you take the time to invest in yourself through therapy, life changes. You begin to understand more about yourself, how you respond to the world, and discover what you can do to make lasting changes. Therapy is work and taking a look at ourselves can be uncomfortable. We understand the strength and courage it takes to ask for help and value asking for help in our own lives as well. We work hard to walk the talk and can help you do the same.
We provide therapy for people struggling with:
We strive to create a space where people feel comfortable sharing your experiences and supported in exploring ways of managing difficulties so they can have a meaningful and fulfilling life. Therapy includes being curious about how you have learned to cope and figuring out what is working and not working in accordance to what you want for yourself.
We are not about changing who you are, rather, helping you identify what you want for you, your life, and your relationships and will help you create a path to improving your life and ways of coping. We believe that you are the expert on you and your experiences. We are the experts in helping you rebuild trust in yourself, your abilities to cope and making decisions in life that are in line with what you want for you.
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We are offering therapeutic services both online and in-person at our office located near Colorado Blvd and I-25. Through traditionally, therapy has been offered solely in-person, we have discovered online therapy can also be effective in helping people with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and more.
There are pros and cons to both and we encourage you to consider both as options.
If you are curious about whether online therapy can be helpful for you or what it might look like, check our our Online Therapy Page.