The process of therapy is demanding but it can produce valuable rewards.

Beginning therapy can often times be a source of anxiety due to one’s uncertainty about what to expect. By working through this anxiety and persevering, the rewards of therapy can be to find a safe and nurturing environment while changing adult dysfunctional behaviors.  Part of therapy is learning strong boundaries.  Individuals, couples, or groups can then create functional and effective behaviors to deal with relationships at home, with friends, on the job, and most importantly, with oneself.