Are you looking to heal from past events
or manage current stressors? 

Are you looking to move towards
    ~ refocusing your life,
    ~ improving your relationships, or
    ~ finding a path for wellness?


How We Can Help

Our mental health staff provide psychological assessment services and individual and group therapy options. 
We specialize in helping individuals who are experiencing stress, conflict, or other issues related to:
  • Grief/Loss
  • Military and First-Responder Service
  • Offending and Incarceration
  • Trauma or high-stress experiences and related symptoms, such as dissociation
  • Gender dysphoria
  • Sexual dysfunction
We are currently accepting individuals for the following groups that occur in the evenings and/or on weekends:
  • Intimacy/sexual health during pregnancy or post-partum process group
  • Sexual victimization therapy group
  • Offender Intervention
  • Intimacy/Sexual Health psychoeducation group


We also specialize in providing training and consultation to other professionals who are working in fields related to the above clinical issues.

About the Practice

A few things to know about our staff:

  • Our staff take a relational, collaborative approach with clients.  We believe clients are the experts of their own lives, they have the ability within them to help them reach wellness, and that they deserve to make truly informed decisions about their care.
  • We have a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, who has worked in a variety of settings, such as community mental health, inpatient, prisons, colleges, and military/veteran facilities and worked at the local, state, and federal levels.  These roles allow her to understand mental health through a complex relationship of medical, biological, social, cultural, psychological, and legal systems and to value integrative care.   She is also a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider.  Additionally, she has completed an accredited, educational certificate program in Sex Therapy, which is psychological therapy focused on talking through problems with sex and intimacy that individuals or couples are facing.  She is working towards her AASECT certification - AASECT is the national accrediting body for sex therapists.
  • At times we have Master's levels interns working under supervision are often working at the practice and may be involved in group care, or if patients agree to seeing an intern, individual care.   
  • To meet the needs of individual clients, our therapists are trained and have experience in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure, Dialetical Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Sex Therapy.  While typically not a focus for us, we also have experience in Behavioral Therapy, Play Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
A few things to know about the practice:
  • We are an in-person and telehealth practice.  For telehealth, we utilize Doxy, which is a secure platform specifically designed for telehealth and that is free for clients to use.  There are advantages to telehealth, such as accessibility, but also disadvantages, such as the possibility of hacking or sessions becoming disconnected if you have poor internet connection.
  • We do not accept insurance.  This is for many reasons.  Some of these reasons include use of insurance 1) can compromise your confidentiality, 2) requires a diagnosis which can lead to pathologizing patients and a permanent association of those diagnoses in a patient's medical records that can affect later employment or health care, 3) can lead to higher premiums and/or out-of-pocket costs because some treatment needs such as attachment or life-transition issues and modalities like telehealth may not be covered, 4) can lead to insurance employees who may not be licensed providers determining if your treatment plan is coverable, and 5) requires providers spend a lot of time working on billing and reimbursement that can exhaust, burn-out, or otherwise distract a provider from focusing on your care.
  • We are a LGBTQ+, polyamory, and kink-friendly practice.  Our therapists have been specially trained and have experience working with these communities.

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EMERGENCIES  - If you or your lived one is experiencing a crisis, or an emergency, or you think you or your loved one might be, do not use email or any “Contact us” function of this website.  Do not call our office - we are a part-time practice and messages may not be checked daily.  Instead, call 9-1-1 immediately.