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Calm Sea


Our counselors treat a variety of concerns and issues across the lifespan, including but not limited to: mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, emotion regulation, self-esteem, grief, life transitions, parenting difficulties, family separation/divorce, and spiritual issues. We are trained to integrate client-centered therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, IFS, and DBT skills to create a treatment plan that is right for you.

Read below for more information on individual and group therapy options.


Whether you're facing an unexpected life change, battling ongoing mental illness, or simply desiring a safe place to process, we see it as a true privilege to walk alongside you in counseling.  We will work together to set goals that address your concerns using evidence-based treatments, and track progress along the way.


Until age 12, our emotional and cognitive development far outpace our verbal development.  We experience anger, joy, sadness, frustration, jealousy, and countless other emotions long before we are able to describe these experiences in words. Although children do not verbalize complicated feelings as adults do, they still process these feelings. They just do it in a different language – play! In Play Therapy, children are provided with specific toys and materials that allow them to process in a developmentally appropriate way.


Teens in our culture face tremendous challenges, and as a result have an increased need for emotional and mental health support. We truly enjoy supporting adolescents in this phase of life as they discover who they are, learn to navigate friendships and relationships in a healthy way, and create a vision of who they aspire to be. At times, teens can be resistant to coming to counseling. We have found however, that once they feel safe they are grateful to have a place to open up.


Parenting is the most important job many of us will ever have, but it can also be the most difficult. Among the moments of pride and joy, there can be even more moments of exasperation, confusion, and defeat. As therapists, it is one of our greatest passions to come alongside parents as they create a family culture where children can thrive. Through strengthening parent-child relationships, providing a structure for discipline, and educating parents about developmental stages, we will provide the support you need to bring renewal to your home.

Father with his Son


Restore peace to your home and discover the joy of parenting again.


CPRT is a 10-week evidence-based treatment equipping parents to support children ages 3-9 who are presenting with emotional or behavioral concerns. With over 115 peer-reviewed research studies supporting its efficacy, CPRT enables parents to become the therapeutic agent of change in their child's life. Parents learn how to conduct 30-minute, weekly therapeutic play sessions at home (rather than bringing the child in to a therapist, or in addition to the child already seeing a therapist). In essence, we teach parents how to use play therapy at home! These play sessions strengthen the attachment bond and relationship, while also creating change in the child's emotions and behaviors.


CPRT can be taught in a group or individual format. Parents meet weekly in group (or individually with a therapist), learning one new skill to implement at home, and then report back to process and troubleshoot together. Parents can expect to feel supported, understood and not judged, and empowered to move forward in their parenting journey with practical skills.

Our next group will start in the fall of 2024

$600 for the entire 10-week group

(Paid in 2 installments of $300, or 

$50 discount if paid in full upfront)

Individual CPRT Sessions can start anytime

$135 per 50-minute session

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