Our Services


Our comprehensive approach to trauma management and treatment empowers individuals to navigate their experiences, providing a safe and supportive environment for healing and growth. Through evidence-based therapies and personalized care, we strive to restore a sense of well-being and resilience, fostering long-term recovery from trauma.

Couple therapy

Our couple therapy services offer a compassionate and skilled approach to help couples navigate challenges and enhance their relationship. With a focus on effective communication, conflict resolution, and building intimacy, our experienced therapists provide guidance and support to foster healthier connections and strengthen bonds.

Parents who experienced having a baby in a neonatal intensive care unit or special care nursery

We provide specialized support for parents who have experienced the challenging journey of having a baby in a neonatal intensive care unit or special care nursery. Our caring professionals offer a safe space for parents to process their emotions, develop coping strategies, and gain the necessary tools to navigate the complexities of the NICU journey, promoting resilience and fostering emotional well-being.

Sexual dysfunctions in women

Our psychology site offers a compassionate and specialized approach to addressing sexual dysfunctions in women. Our experienced professionals provide evidence-based therapies and personalized care to help women overcome challenges, enhance sexual well-being, and restore intimacy in their relationships, promoting a fulfilling and satisfying sexual life.

We Can Also Help You With

- Psychological distress

- Sexual abuse


- Grief and loss

- Depression

- Stress management

- Anxiety

Frequently asked questions

What is Trauma?

Trauma is a psychological and emotional response to a distressing or disturbing event that overwhelms an individual's ability to cope. It can result from a wide range of experiences, including accidents, natural disasters, violence, abuse, or witnessing traumatic events. Trauma can have long-lasting effects on a person's mental, emotional, and physical well-being. Here are some key points about trauma:

Trauma can be caused by a single event or a series of events that are perceived as harmful, life-threatening, or emotionally distressing.
The impact of trauma can vary from person to person, and individuals may experience a range of reactions such as fear, anxiety, depression, flashbacks, nightmares, or avoidance.
Trauma can disrupt a person's sense of safety, trust, and control, making it difficult to feel secure and form healthy relationships.

How can therapy benefit me and what can I expect from the process?

Therapy can provide numerous benefits by offering a safe and non-judgmental space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and experiences. Through therapy, you can gain self-awareness, develop coping skills, improve communication, and discover new perspectives and solutions to challenges. The process typically involves regular sessions with a trained therapist who will actively listen, provide guidance, and help you navigate personal growth and healing.

What types of issues or conditions can be addressed through therapy?

Therapy can address a wide range of issues and conditions, including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship difficulties, stress management, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, addiction, and many others. Whether you are facing specific mental health concerns or seeking personal development and self-improvement, therapy can provide valuable support and tools to address your unique needs.

How long will therapy take and how often should I attend sessions?

The duration of therapy can vary depending on various factors, including the nature of the issue, individual circumstances, and personal goals. Some people may benefit from short-term therapy focused on addressing specific concerns, while others may opt for longer-term therapy for more complex or deeply rooted issues. Session frequency is typically determined collaboratively between the therapist and client, with weekly sessions being common initially. However, the frequency can be adjusted based on progress and individual needs, ranging from weekly to bi-weekly or even less frequent as therapy progresses.

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