Therapy is a safe, non-judgmental place where people are able to explore their thoughts and feelings, while learning new ways to express themselves and work through issues.
For young people it can provide a rare space where they can work through conflicts and develop more helpful ways of functioning. Therapy can also help kids develop goals so that they learn how to break down the steps and gain access to more of the things that they want in their lives. It can help them change behaviors and work on social issues, like how they relate to themselves as well as others. It can also teach them different tools and techniques to decrease anxiety and sad feelings and provide a space for them to overcome fears, traumas, and low self-esteem while establishing routines that promote a sense of balance and stability in their lives.
Therapy can help adults who are stuck or are struggling with feelings that no longer allow them to function in a way that they like or way that they want to live. It can provide a space where issues can be talked through and be brought to light. Where people can discover them selves and things that hold meaning for them. It can also help people let go of the parts of their lives that no longer helping them by discerning and creating the life that they do want to live.
Therapy can help couples connect, reconnect, and work through issues that seem to be causing a divide instead of a co-created life together. By providing a neutral place where each partner can share their perspective of that they can get to the heart of what is distancing them from one another and develop a deeper more intimate relationship.