Our Top Three Goals:
Feeling connected is a universal human need, but we are more disconnected than ever before. Anxiety, trauma, and depression rob us of our ability to feel connected to others as well as ourselves. Our number one goal is to help restore and repair this connection.
Feeling fully understood is an essential part of connection. Our staff help to empower and equip our clients with creative ways to express themselves, leading to deeper and more meaningful relationships.
We do not look at our clients as needing to be "fixed." Life is full of ups and downs, and coming to therapy is not about trying to "fix" that from happening. We seek to empower our clients to have the confidence, bravery, and tools that are needed to step forward in life, even in the midst of life's most difficult seasons.
Our counselors are kind, funny, and down-to-earth. We strive to make the counseling experience feel inviting and comforting. That is why our offices feel like living rooms; and why we encourage the use of blankets, coffee and herbal teas to sip on during your therapy session.
Seeing a therapist is a vulnerable decision, and we believe that our environment plays a big role in helping set the warm tone that helps you feel more able to open up and receive the support you are needing.
Our Therapeutic Approach
The foundation of our clinical work is rooted in an attachment-based philosophy. However, our counselors pull from numerous other modalities to help meet your individual needs.
Our Counselors are trained in: Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness, Play Therapy, Sand Tray Therapy, Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Brainspotting.
While that is a lot of therapy mumbo-jumbo, the important thing for you to know is that we are highly equipped to approach your struggles and needs in an effective and personalized way.
Read more about each of our clinicians below.
I help codependent women that are trapped in toxic relationships, discover what it's like to feel good about themselves so that they don't need to continue measuring their worth and purpose by their ability to help others.
I help women, teen girls, and individuals that struggle with feeling like they don’t fit in, learn to embrace themselves fully and grow authentic and meaningful relationships with others.
I help couples, parents and men get unstuck from harmful relationship patterns so that they can begin to create a clear path forward toward healthier and more meaningful relationships
If there were one thing, I could tell the younger version of myself, it would be that things will be okay despite what it feels like in the hard moments. I would remind myself that I am strong and capable of anything that I put my mind to.
I'm Sarah Gray
**Sarah is away on maternity leave until late September and therefore not taking on any new clients at this time.