With encouragement and support, individuals explore who they are, where they’ve been, and where they’re going. Clients learn to listen to their “heart’s desire,” and utilize their gifts and talents to achieve the best possible self or outcome.
Couples learn to improve communication, create new pathways to grow in their marriage, and improve relational satisfaction. Couples work both in and outside the therapy room, learning to increase interconnectedness and intimacy. Every marriage can be transformed by the therapy process; even good marriages can be transformed into great marriages.
Working with a Catholic counselor offers a unique opportunity for individuals and couples to explore and utilize faith-based intervention. An integrated approach with traditional therapies and personal, spiritual practice promotes healing and expedites work done in the therapy room.
End of Life Counseling
Clinicians provide compassionate support so that clients can explore the sensitive topic of end-of-life. Clinicians and clients explore available options and then collaboratively develop a cohesive end-of-life plan. Clinicians can then facilitate family discussions about the client’s end-of-life plan. Issues addressed in counseling include: choosing a health care proxy, types of medical treatment, pain management directives, funeral/memorial planning and legacy goals.