Supportive Therapy for Women
Our work with women is as diverse as they are, yet there seems to be a common thread. They share the same desire to thrive in their relationships, without losing themselves. Most want to know how to feel desirable and empowered while balancing a schedule with record numbers of commitments. They wish to pursue their life’s dreams and build excitement into each day while balancing stress and creating time to recover. If this reminds you of “the woman in the mirror”, now is the time to get the support and guidance that will create your ideal life.
Supportive Therapy for Men
In our years of practice we’ve found that women tend to be a bit more comfortable speaking their mind, and talking about their thoughts and feelings. Men are conditioned otherwise. It typically takes a crisis for a man to consider counseling; possibly a fear of losing a relationship, depression, or perhaps career changes that are causing anxiety. Today, men are in need of more support than ever. In many cases their roles have changed. The expectations imposed upon them at work and at home are often confusing. They don’t always have a person they can trust with these feelings…. think Tony Soprano and his reluctance with “seeing a shrink”. Taking an opportunity to get an outsider’s perspective that is supportive and non-judgmental is a genuine solution.