COUNSELORS WITH A VISION TO
Help young adults and teens move out of the valleys of life into mountain-top experiences.
Sounds lofty and it is. Because your valley might not be what another person is facing in their valley—anxiety, relational complications, identity struggles, depression, you name it.
We believe that nobody should have to feel like something is wrong with them or you’re in this fight alone. We got your back and we’re in the climb with you, all the way.
We start with one valley and work our way out of it. Then we move on to the next.
Our goal is to listen and equip you. Because you can get through this, and anything else life throws at you.
We’re simply here to help you figure out how you can move from the valley to the mountain and gain the confidence to keep moving on while marveling at how far you’ve come.
Let’s be real. Life doesn’t always look like butterflies and rainbows. In fact, it can feel like an absolute beating. If you’re reading this, I’m guessing this is one of your “sometimes.”
Stress, depression, emptiness, anxiety, and self-judgment are constantly knocking at our doors. It’s the worst, but the good news is it doesn’t have to stay that way.
For as long as I can remember, my greatest passion in life has been to help people overcome the lows life presents. I’d love to chat with you and see if this would be a good fit.
I currently see young adults between 19 – 30 years of age. I also see teens between 10 – 18 years of age.
The Values we Share
Being real. No fake personas or masks. Just me being me, and you being you.
Creating a space where you can be seen and heard.
Making a difference where we are.
Listening without judgement or shame.
Having honest conversations.
No half truths, over exaggerations or lies.
Allowing you to easily speak your mind in a productive way.
Is possible. In your time here, you can cultivate courage and confidence within yourself.
Discovering an awareness for problem areas and how you can navigate them.
Who you are is already inside you. We help you find it.
Creating independence, not codependency with a counselor.
We currently see young adults between 19 – 30 years of age. We also see teens between 10 – 18 years of age.