Psychotherapy is a collaborative process between therapist and client aimed at resolving issues, reaching goals, and recovering from mental or physical health afflictions. Well Psychotherapy therapists utilize integrative, eclectic approaches to therapy and continue to expand their collective repertoire of evidence-based modalities for treatment through a trauma-sensitive lens. Take time to explore our therapist’s bios to learn more about our unique expertise.
couples + relationship
Navigating the natural ebb and flow of life can be challenging. We all endure necessary losses and encounter change from time to time, but we don’t have to do it alone. We are social creatures; and while no two relationships are alike, many struggling relationships – whether they be familial, partnerships, business, or friendships – often have common characteristics. Difficulty communicating, weathering life-pressures like parenting, managing sexuality differences, and being honest about questions of trust are a few ways that relationships can hit roadblocks.
Whether you’re solo or partnered, investigating our patterns in relationships can be a powerful healing tool. Perhaps traditional or cultural norms feel restrictive for you, and you’d like to explore different ways of relating in a safe context. Well Psychotherapy supports all forms of relationships and sexual identities, and considers you the expert on your life.
In fact, the therapeutic process itself can be a powerful template for healthy relationships. Well Psychotherapy believes that healing happens through the connection, collaboration, and communication inherent in therapy itself. If you’re feeling stuck in your relationships as partners or as an individual, Well Psychotherapy has tools to help you get moving again.
Well Psychotherapy believes we are wired for connection and believes in the strength of community-based healing. Group therapy is a unique process through which clients can process deep inner work in alignment with peers to support and challenge them, ultimately creating templates for healthy reciprocity in relationships. Well Psychotherapy offers a variety of group therapy modalities, including: support groups, process groups, group bibliotherapy, psychedelic integration groups, and psychoeducational groups.