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Find the Therapy that’s right for you.
Through individual therapy, you will find a space that is yours, where all your thoughts and feelings will be respected. You will work with your therapist, who will listen to you without any judgements, who will keep your best interests at heart. Your therapist will offer feedback to help you view things from a new perspective, learn skills, and help process thoughts and feelings that may be interfering with your ability to do the things you want to do.
Couples therapy provides an opportunity for you and your partner to explore the parts of your relationship that may not be working well. We believe couples therapy is about helping you and your partner become open and curious about each other, and honest about your own thoughts and feelings. Each person brings their own values and beliefs into a relationship which impacts the way we interact with one another. Our approach is not about assigning blame or perpetuating shame. It is about working together to create the space that allows for you to find a way forward. Together, we can address how to best resolve conflict and options for improved communication. Find True North Therapy affirms and values all relationships and individualized goals within each couple.
Adolescents and Young Adults:
Adolescence and early adulthood often pose unique challenges. The transition through high school to college or from college into the workforce can often be filled with excitement, frustration, loneliness, and confusion. Some of the most common issues we help teens and young adults with are relationship distress, anxiety and depression, family of origin issues, and career ambivalence. We provide a non-judgmental space to explore circumstances and behaviors that will result in identifying solid goals for change to build a solid foundation for the future.
Children & Parenting:
Children do not always have the ability to verbalize how they are feeling, and it often comes out in behaviors. Learn ways to communicate and understand the parent-child relationship, create space for child to safely communicate their feelings, set boundaries, and develop strategies to change behaviors. We can work with you child to address school related concerns, peer relationships, and self-esteem. Navigating parenting while children go through various transitions can be difficult. Therapy can be an avenue to identify strategies to help.
Each family is made of individuals with their own personality, needs, and ways of communicating. With the demands of daily life continuing to increase, it’s easy to feel disconnected from your loved ones and stuck in unhealthy patterns. Through family therapy, you can learn to connect in a healthy and safe way. Each member of your family has a valuable perspective on how to improve the family dynamic. Together, we can explore when to be flexible and when to set boundaries. We can help you navigate transitions that tend to create stress such as divorce or blended family issues. At Find True North Therapy, we will help you find a way to honor needs as an individual, while still balancing the needs of the family. Family therapy is about coming together to build strong and lasting bonds.
Walk & Talk Therapy:
We offer the option of walk and talk therapy. Research indicates that movement helps improve mood, reduce stress, anxiety, and helps with processing information. Please be aware that this occurs in public areas and limits confidentiality as you may run into people you know, and the conversation may not be 100% private. Locations for walk and talk therapy are Waynesville Park and the Engineer Trail located on Fort Leonard Wood
Find True North Therapy provides telehealth services. This may be a good option for people may not live close to our physical location or if you are traveling. It also provides the convenience of being able to participate in therapy from the comfort of your home. Telehealth is provided through a HIPAA compliant platform that is easy to use, from your computer or app on your smart phone.