Life Can be Challenging...
CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS
Are you concerned about a child or adolescent that you see struggling? Are they shutting down and sad? Worried or mad?
Are they having difficulty functioning at school? With friends? How about at home with their family? Has something in their life changed?
Do they have someone they feel comfortable talking to?
Maybe they need a little more support at this particular time...
Kid’s lives are full of change, and change can be the source of stress—whether it’s from moving up grades in school, changing schools, moving homes or relocating to a new town or state all together. Parent’s separate, sometimes they divorce and sometimes remarry, changing a child’s family constellation completely. Big or small, these transitions have a real impact on a young person’s life.
As amazing and resilient as children and adolescents are, they depend upon adults who care about them to make sure that they’re doing OK, which includes responding to their emotional needs and well-being. Sometimes that requires finding support from someone with a professional background and experience in helping kids navigate their feelings. Someone they can meet and connect with, who can provide an emotionally safe place to talk and to begin to work through some of these issues.
Getting kids the support they need is crucial to their ability to adjust and move forward, as quickly as possible, to a healthfully and vital future.
Do you feel like you and your partner are no longer on the same page? Do you have different ways of communicating that only seems to end up making you and/or your partner feel angry? Hurt? Sad? Or resentful?
Do you fight a lot? All the time? About what?
Do you feel misunderstood and alone and so you pull further away from your partner? Do you ever wonder what's the point?
Being in a relationship can be incredibly fulfilling and meaningful. But the reality is that they can also be challenging and take a lot of work.
Sometimes relationships can get stuck or a couple can develop a pattern that will only continue or get worse if they don't get help...
Providing a place for couples to work through their issues is an important first step in helping partners reengage in a healthy way. Helping each partner slow down and share their perspective in a neutral space allows for each individual to better understand and communicate what is going on for them. Helping each partner recognize the source of their own feelings and how those feelings interact and co-create a pattern allows each individual to gain a better understanding of themselves and their relationship.
Are you having trouble feeling connected—to yourself, to others or both?
Do you worry or lose sleep? Do you cry often or get angry?
Do you feel like you’ve lost touch with who you are or what you love?
Are you unsure of what you want, at the same time that you know that you need to do something different because what you're doing is not working...
Maybe you can’t put your finger on it, but with help you can...
You don’t have to do it alone.
Therapy can help.