Therapy for People offers individual, group, child/adolescent and couples therapy services.
Individual therapy is one-on-one with the therapist to facilitate changes in clients’ lives. The client and therapist make a contract for change and work together to accomplish that.
- 60, 75 or 90-minute sessions are available
Are you struggling in your relationship? Do you wish you and your partner were closer, or experience more intimacy? Couples therapy can help you overcome communication challenges and develop your relationship into one of closeness, intimacy, and joy.
- Couples Therapy
- 90-minute sessions
Play Therapy for Children
Sometimes kids struggle – and after COVID, many of them are struggling even more. Emotional dysregulation is more common and play therapy can help. For children aged 8-13, play therapy is a way for kids to express themselves emotionally and experience and practice emotional regulation.
Therapy for Adolescents
Being a teenager is hard, and for today’s teenagers, the landscape is particularly challenging. Today’s youth are dealing with an online world while navigating a changing world and the stress of the pandemic. This is a good time for them to get some help.
Family Therapy Services
Family therapy brings the entire family into therapy together. Oftentimes, when one family member is struggling (especially kids) it means the solution is within the entire family system. We invite the whole family to attend therapy together and work through the challenges and conflicts together.
This can seem scary at first, but will radically change your family dynamics for the better. It frees up your energy to get on with your lives in a positive way. Often, family therapy can help when there is one specific child that is struggling. This is much more effective than sending that one child to therapy alone.
Group therapy is therapy conducted in a group of people. It can be scary at first, but most people come to enjoy the group experience. The therapist works with the clients individually with the group as witnesses and sometimes participants in healing. This is an inexpensive way of receiving therapy and can be enormously beneficial. Clients must complete at least one intake session before being eligible for the group. Learn about Group Therapy.