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Release. Expand. Heal. Deepen. Grow.


Compassionate counseling for individuals and couples

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Release. Expand. Heal. Deepen. Grow.


Compassionate counseling for individuals and couples

 

Stories unfold, and so do our lives. Grappling with the normal questions and challenges of being human can, at times, become overwhelming.

Storyline Counseling & Wellness is here to help with...

  • your feelings of depression, anxiety, confusion, despair, panic, burnout and other emotionally difficult states
  • navigating transitions in life that are causing disturbances such as: breakups, new family configurations, and other relationship difficulties and challenges
  • your feelings of dissatisfied in your job or other life changes that require new ways of thinking and doing
  • grieving losses (death/divorce/separation) that might be making it hard to function
  • cultural/societal issues that are impacting your life
  • a spiritual or identity crisis
  • your desire to have a fuller, more creative, more authentic life
  • your ability to access and express your experiences and feelings
 
Your preparation for the real world is not in the answers you’ve learned, but in the questions you’ve learned to ask yourself.
— Bill Watterson

Supporting You On Your Journey


Supporting You On Your Journey


Stories have themes and patterns.  The same is true of our lives.  You don’t have to stay stuck in habitual patterns that don’t serve you. Through thoughtful exploration and practice you can create a new storyline and build a life of greater freedom and possibility. 

Storyline Counseling and Wellness is here to serve...

  • men, woman, children, adolescents and adults of all ages

  • couples in which both parties are committed to change

  • caregivers, artists, leaders, and teachers who looking for support and fresh ideas

  • individuals from a wide range of ethnic, cultural, religious backgrounds, education and income levels

 
History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.
— Maya Angelou