"In my early professional years I was asking the question:  How can I treat, or cure, or change a person?  Now I could phrase​ the question in this way:  How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?" 
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​Carl Rogers, PhD
Father of Person-Centered Therapy​


Welcome

  
No matter Where you are on Your Path, our goal is to provide you with the best professional services while providing a safe and supportive environment.  Our practices are research-based, spiritually aware, and ethically responsible.
  

"Everyone needs a good Therapist"

    -anonymous
 
It’s true.  Everyone needs a good therapist, because everyone goes through something - a tough time, an event, a transition, a loss, a time of being curious about ourselves, desiring to be a better “you”.  Therapy is a great place to process, explore, learn, and decide who and how you want to be for the next chapter of your life.

 
What is “Therapy” like?
 Therapy is often described as “Sitting down with a good friend, telling them everything on your heart, and not being judged for it.”  Elements of a supportive therapy room include comfortable seating and lighting, quiet space that provides for confidentiality and privacy, and a therapist who is a good listener and skilled interventionist providing a foundation for trust and rapport to develop with the client.

 
Who Benefits From Therapy?
 Everyone benefits from therapy.  Certainly, the person in the session benefits directly from the therapeutic relationship. Jeannie Bertoli, Ph.D., a relationship expert and therapist, was recently quoted in the Huffington Post saying, "People think, 'I have to be in crisis,' or, 'The intensity of the issue has to be so bad that I go to therapy,' But often, people can benefit from therapy for something as simple as needing help reaching a specific goal” (Huffington Post, 1-22-2014).  In addition to the client in the room, the family, friends, associates, and others who come in contact with the client benefit as the client begins to make healthier choices and habits.

 
What is InSight?
 InSight is the “aha!” moment when a client gains a deep, intuitive - and often sudden - understanding of the “why” and not just the “what” of their behaviors, their thoughts, and their feelings.  When we understand the “why” we are able to move with intention toward new, healthier choices.  The “aha!” opens the door to your next chapter.  Are you ready for InSight?