Take Your First Steps On A New Path
Are you pursuing happiness?
Want to improve your emotional well-being?
Do you want more fulfillment, and peace?
We want to help you with the parts of you that may be preventing you from reaching your goals. We want to help you develop more rewarding relationships with those you care about.
If you want to live more authentically and compassionately towards yourself and others, or just ready to move in a different direction in life, we want to help.
Our mission is to bridge the gap in mental health care for underinsured or uninsured individuals and families, especially LGBTQ+, ethnic/cultural, and immigrant minorities. Our approach includes providing high-quality, LGBTQ-affirming services while covering the cost of therapy to fairly compensate our clinicians. Our goal is to promote community mental health care through counseling, psychotherapy, and education. We aim to reduce the stigma of mental health care by equally focusing on enhancing the well-being and quality of life of our clients as well as addressing pathology.
Our vision is to foster a mental health care system that values social equity and provides equitable access to high-quality mental health care. We aim to shift the focus from solely reducing symptoms to a holistic approach that focuses on enhancing the quality of life and well-being of individuals and communities. We envision a mental health care system that prioritizes the unique needs and experiences of each person, with an emphasis on promoting wellness and personal growth. Our ultimate goal is to create a world where mental health care is a universally accessible right, culturally inclusive, and supports individuals and families in achieving their full potential.
Did you know that bad couple's therapy can be more harmful than no therapy?
As it turns out, bad couple's therapy can be more detrimental to your relationship than never going at all. Unfortunately, there are a lot of approaches to family therapy that are not backed by research. Back in the old days, psychology was a lot like religion. Explanations and theories were developed and then therapists would base models and interventions off of these beliefs in order to make them work. True science; however, develops theories off of the evidence, not the other way around...