Welcome!

Welcome to the practice!

 

Since you have taken the first step to inquire about mental health therapy, you are probably asking yourself “NOW WHAT?” Well, let me just say that taking this first step was definitely the hardest part of our professional relationship.

Often times things occur through our lived experiences and/or through our perceptions that negatively impact us in such a way that it makes it very difficult to feel or be healthy. These issues can impair our ability to enjoy or move forward in life. 

Psychotherapy (typically called just therapy) with me is not mysterious. The therapeutic journey is a valuable experience in the effort to accomplish a healthy balance in the mind, the body and the soul. It is useful in getting to the deep roots of our thoughts, reflexive behaviors, strongest emotions and pain. The therapeutic process helps clients better understand why they are feeling stuck, struggle with negative patterns of behavior and are confronted with challenges that might be coming up in intimate relationships and even occupational settings. Therapy helps clients learn valuable strategies and personalized tools to address issues and concerns in a more constructive way.

I am inviting you join me in a therapeutic endeavor and I am committed to doing my best to assist you in accomplishing subtle changes in the way you think and behave. Positive change is the catalyst that helps me, help you to feel better and to be better!

Let’s Do It!

COVID-19 Response

My psychotherapy practice offers both in-person and telehealth (video conferencing) sessions to support the individual preference and safety of all clients.

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"Be confused, it's where you begin to learn new things. Be broken, it's where you begin to heal. Be frustrated, it's where you start to make authentic decisions. Be sad, because if we are brave enough, we can hear our heart's wisdom through it. Be whatever you are right now. No more hiding. You are worthy, always"

S.C. Lourie