Profound impact therapy

To love and accept yourself – Therapy can help you explore roadblocks to self-esteem and teach you practical ways to make your happiness a priority.

To work through relationship challenges - Stress can put a strain on relationships.  Relationships can cause stress. Either way, it is clear that continual challenges can contribute overwhelm and frustration. Learn how to communicate effectively,  negotiate through different parenting styles, explore sexual intimacy issues, work through lack of trust.

To be a more effective parent – Many of us, despite our own objections, revert to parenting patterns we observed in our own childhood. Therapy can help you get out of this rut and become the parent you want to be (and your children need).
To thrive in your career – You say you’re unhappy where you are, why aren’t you striving for something different? Is fear, hard work, or interpersonal conflict holding you back? Therapy can be the catalyst for healthy change in your career.
To understand your purpose in life – Many therapists love to dive in and help you find out who you are on a deep level, helping you uncover the passions buried under the busyness of life. A desire for this time to self-reflect may mean that…
One hour each week to focus completely on yourself – Therapy is a course where you are the subject matter. You can explore yourself, go deeper into your current thoughts and feelings, or just sit and “be” for a while. This vital practice has become a forgotten art in our world today.
To let go and forgive – Holding a grudge isn’t a diagnosable condition, but it does have serious physical, emotional, and relational consequences. Through therapy you can learn to resolve these issues for yourself and move on.
You want a place to practice assertiveness, expressing emotion, or anything else – Therapy is a laboratory for you to explore, experiment, and practice behaviors that are scary in the rest of life.

Reasons one might go to Therapy:

  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Manage your stress
  • Confront your fear and anger
  • Find peace and autonomy
  • Improve your self-esteem and self-reliance
  • Let go of unhealthy expectations of yourself and others
  • Find balance and navigate healthy control and power
  • Become more responsible
  • Replace self-destructive behaviors
  • Let go of emotional and psychological pain

Psychotherapy and counseling can help you:

Jennifer R Davis, MA, Marriage and Family Therapist