HEALING AND CHANGE THROUGH PROVEN, EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES
Our Mission Is To Help Our Clients Move Forward To Live More Fulfilling and Meaningful Lives
We aim to help you identify and resolve problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and interpersonal issues in a safe and nonjudgmental environment. It takes courage to enter therapy and process challenging life struggles. We help you change behaviors and habits, resolve painful feelings, and improve overall quality of life to become a healthier and happier version of you.
Have you ever felt stuck or that you are living a life where you feel you are just surviving? Having trouble figuring out how to move forward? This often happens when someone experiences strong emotions that seem out of their control. During these times, you may feel anxious, depressed, and overly worried to the point where it is
a struggle to survive and get through the day. It is not easy to figure out the cause of these emotions. Getting help to guide you through these difficult times can help you move forward.
At Moving Forward, we hope to be your guide so you do not have to figure out how to move forward alone. While working with us, we will develop a trusting relationship and identify the reasons for why you are feeling and/or behaving the way you are. Once a trusting relationship is established, we will identify practical strategies to implement in your life that will put you on the right path to living your best life. Working with us will help you create a life where you live life on your own terms that is not dictated by mental health.
We offer a wide range of therapy services for Adults. We have an eclectic approach to therapy that draws from a variety of treatment modalities, ranging from cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to a mindfulness based approach, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), behavioral, somatic, and creative therapies.
We tailor our methods to the unique needs of each client. Our treatment methods work to help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your behavioral patterns, and relationships, so you can make better and more informed decisions about your life. Explore our full list of treatment areas for more information.
“The big issue for traumatized people is that they don’t own themselves anymore. Any loud sound, anybody insulting them, hurting them, saying bad things, can hijack them away from themselves. And so what we have learned is that what makes you resilient to trauma is to own yourself fully.” — Dr. Bessel Van Der Kolk