People seek counseling for a variety of reasons. For some, it's to find ways to cope with the anxiety of a new cancer diagnosis or other serious illness. For others, it’s to help them cope with the grief of losing a loved one. Some come to counseling because they are struggling with depression over the loss of a relationship or a job. Others may seek support to learn strategies to manage the stress that they are experiencing in their lives.
Counseling can be helpful for a wide range of issues that you may be experiencing. Our background in cancer care may be particularly helpful to those who are coping with a new diagnosis; facing the challenges of moving forward from active treatment to survivorship; or wanting strategies to help you cope with the psychological and physical concerns you may have as a long term cancer survivor.
Whatever your reason for seeking counseling however, - sadness, anxiety, depression, grief, stress management - we are here to help you reflect, gain insight and move forward. We integrate mindfulness and other stress-management strategies; focus on wellness, and skill building to enhance self-care;
and help you find your inner strength to deal with the challenges you face.
We help you navigate through the challenges, transitions and adversity you may be facing using a counseling style that is interactive and supportive; and values kindness, compassion and humor.