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Psychotherapy

Reaching out to a therapist can be a daunting endeavor. That’s why at Good Company Therapy Group, we strive to make the experience as comfortable as possible. We believe that the fit between you and your therapist is extremely important, especially when it comes to navigating the intricate events and emotions in your life.

How we can help

Our practice is committed to providing trauma-centered care to all our clients. Often, our past traumatic experiences and relationships have lasting impacts on our current functioning. We understand this impact and hope to act both as witnesses to the deep work you do in therapy and to journey with you as you navigate how to change your patterns of functioning.

Our clinicians have extensive experience helping their clients navigate Complex-PTSD, dissociative disorders, chronic illness, grief and loss, and the ups and downs of relationships and life transitions. Simply take a look at their profiles to get a sense of their individual approach and specialties. All of our clinicians are committed to providing trauma-centered care and a welcoming non-judgmental space for all.

What to expect in individual therapy

During individual therapy, you meet with the same clinician at regular intervals decided on between you and your therapist, depending on your individual needs. The rapport built between you and your therapist is meant to build a trusting relationship where you can explore emotions, patterns, relationships, and behaviors in your past and connect them to your experiences, actions, and reactions in the present, with the goal of moving into the future you envision for yourself.

Our clinicians work with clients on a wide range of presenting challenges including but not limited to:

  • Relationship Issues
  • Family of Origin / Attachment 
  • Childhood Trauma or Abuse 
  • Sexual Violence 
  • Dissociative Disorders
  • Grief & Loss
  • Chronic Illness
  • LGBTQIA+ support
  • Sex & Sexuality (including Kink & Consensual Non-Monogamy)