Counseling for Young Adults
Nearly 25% of American youth are “rudderless.” They want to succeed, but many spend more time and energy going faster in the same direction than they do planning where they want to go. Young adults are finding it more difficult today than ever to find their calling, to identify their strengths and learn how to use what they’re good at to help others. Being generous with one’s skills and talents not only improves our communities and society, but it also provides engagement with the world and a deep, enduring sense of purpose.
The happiest people in the world are those with supportive, nurturing, and caring relationships. Indeed, having strong relationships is a necessary condition for flourishing. Yet many individuals struggle with creating and maintaining positive relationships with the closest people in their lives: family.
Individual Psychotherapy for Adults
Whether or not you’re in a relationship, married, or a parent, life can be stressful. Everyone seems to wish they had more hours in the day to complete their “to-do” list. But when have you completed your list and said, “Okay, now I’m all caught up. It’s time to finally relax.”?
Areas for Improvement
Communication and Conflict Resolution Training
Counseling: Individual and Family
Engagement with Hobbies, Relationships, and work
Meaning/Purpose in life
Parenting Issues and Support
Parenting Training and Consultation
School (College/University) Related Issues