RISE through past trauma and pain.
RISE through current life stressors.
RISE through future worries.
RISE through the challenge of change.
All clinicians are able to provide treatment virtually if you prefer! This can be a tremendous benefit during a pandemic, cold & flu season, inclement weather, or to save you precious time by not needing to travel to our office.
We provide individual therapy to help you meet your treatment goals whether it be for anxiety, depression, grief and loss, current life stressors, or past trauma.
We provide family therapy to help you improve communication, conflict resolution, and overall relationship satisfaction within immediate family, extended family, and blended families.
We utilize play therapy techniques to work with children ages 3 and up. In play therapy, toys are the child's words and play is their language. Play Therapy can help children with self-expression, self-esteem, regulating their mood, connecting to others positively, navigating life adjustments and stressors, and working through past trauma.
RISE treats anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, separation anxiety, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
RISE treats symptoms of depression when you experience: a loss of interest in things you once enjoyed, feel hopeless, irritable, have difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping or sleeping too much, find yourself isolating from others, or have suicidal thoughts.
Grief & Loss
RISE is here to help you navigate life after a significant loss whether it be death of a loved one or pet, pregnancy loss, separation or divorce, job loss, or any other event that leaves you experiencing grief.
RISE clinicians are trauma-informed and will help you process through upsetting events you have experienced whether they occurred recently or a long time ago. Trauma often includes witnessing or experiencing abuse, neglect, a violent crime, racism or oppression, an auto accident, or natural disaster but trauma is any event where your brain is unable to cope afterwards so there is no limit as to what can be considered a trauma.