Main, Annex, and North Office
Steve believes one of the most difficult challenges we face is learning how to live day-to-day while experiencing unpleasant emotions, such as frustration, anger, fear, and anxiety. These powerful and overwhelming feelings can significantly impact our lives, affecting our relationships, our work, and our interests, to name a few. He understands how this can leave us feeling uncertain of what to do and how to be. Steve considers the relationship with ourselves and others is the foundation for living well and managing our emotions, and enjoys helping clients increase self-awareness, develop a greater capacity for empathy, and foster more authentic connections. He works with individuals and couples to tackle anxiety, anger management, relationship issues, parenting struggles and life transitions. To learn more about this inviting counselor’s approach, click here.
Main & North Office
With a breadth of life experience, Janet appreciates the complexity and richness of living a fully-awakened life. Her strength as a therapist lies in her embrace of all sides of a person and all sides of an experience. She views her clients through the lens of relationship: to themselves, to those they love, and to their larger culture and context. Janet works with individuals and couples from a psychodynamic, experiential framework, helping her clients connect safely and securely with themselves and each other. Janet is warm and compassionate, always balancing a sense of humor with deep respect for those who are seeking support and relief from suffering. She enjoys working with clients who are facing life transitions, including grief and loss, divorce, career changes, blending families, substance abuse, eating disorder recovery, and parenting challenges. Discover more about this effective counselor here.
Madeline is a wife and mother who began a career in counseling to make sense of the emotional world of her own family unit. Inspired by human resilience, attachment theory, and the study of emotional functioning, she is focused on helping others become more self-aware and live their best possible lives. She is interested in hearing her clients’ stories and trying to see the world through their eyes. She believes in collaboration, and that the therapeutic relationship is one in which the therapist has just as much to learn from the client as the client does from the therapist. Madeline specializes in parenting issues, working with those with spiritual sensitivities, guiding clients through career and life transitions, and helping high conflict couples increase conflict-management skills. Learn more about her here.
Annex & North Office
Main, Annex, & North Office