When you experience abuse and trauma you can begin to integrate the resulting pain as part of who you are.
Anxiety is a normal and a healthy part of life. But anxiety can help motivate us to move forward.
Love can begin so beautifully. You used to see this person, and sense the warmth inside you, so comfortable and safe.
Moments of lethargy or sadness are common, but sometimes they settle in and you can’t see anything else.
When most of society is running away, you are running towards the situation. It has become part of who you are.
Grief can sweep you up and toss you around like you’re in wave, struggling to see which way is up.
Not fitting into the prescribed boxes that parents, families, religion, culture, or the wider society in general have..
Life transitions can leave you inundated with so much change all at once. You can find yourself reeling.
As part of the veteran or first responder community, you are tasked to provide safety during dangerous times.
Feeling like an outsider because of how you look, dress, or speak can be a lonely and distressing experience.
We help you to make sense of the traumatic experience(s) in a way that helps you to reclaim your life.
Being a teen or tween can be a confusing time. You might feel independent and free at times, but it may be scary.