It’s time to come home. To yourself.

 
Why is this so hard?
I should be able to do this on my own.
Will anyone actually be able to help me?
 

If these thoughts have gone through your mind, you’ve come to the right place.

It’s uncomfortable, and at times painful, to know something in your life isn’t flowing the way you want it to. You might have resigned yourself to living with the status quo. Or, you may be convinced that something has to change, but that you should handle it entirely on your own. If you’ve realized that something does need to change, and that you can’t do it on your own, it’s then scary to wonder whether anyone will truly be able to help in the ways that you need right now.

It is normal to experience challenges and need support.

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At some point in our lives, we all experience something unbearable or unmanageable, and have a need to seek support in addition to what we can offer ourselves. Sometimes this need arises due to a sudden life transition such as a cancer or other health diagnosis, a change in our beliefs or worldview, a child or partner coming out as gay or transgender (even if we are 100% supportive!), or the loss of a person or relationship. Other times, there may not be an obvious “crisis,” but the urgency that drives us is still the same—suffering is present.

We can help.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve always felt like this or if you’re going through a life transition and need specific support. We can help. We welcome people of all backgrounds, orientations, genders, abilities, and identities into our practice. We are especially proud to serve our local LGBTQIA+ community. Most of our work is with individual women and gender diverse folks of varying ages, orientations, and identities.While we support individuals through a variety of life experiences, we have particular expertise in working with highly intelligent and/or highly sensitive individuals; serving the LGBTQIA+ community (including supporting parents with LGBTQIA+ children); grief and loss; and cancer and chronic illness. All our therapists are poly/kink aware and affirming. Whole Valley Therapy practices from a Health at Every Size (HAES) philosophy.

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REach out Today

During our conversation, we will ask you a few questions to learn more about you and your situation to make sure that we’re able to help you. You’ll also be able to ask any questions you may have.

If we decide that our therapists are not the right fit for you, we will give you a referral to another therapist. If we are a good fit and you want to move forward, we can schedule your first appointment.

Reaching out can feel vulnerable. Please know that we return all phone calls, emails, and messages within 24 hours, and we are usually able to get back to you within a few hours.

To explore starting therapy, or to set up an initial
no cost consultation, reach out

Gifted & Highly SEnsItive

Finally, therapy designed to fit your needs so you can get the help you deserve.

LGBTQIA+ ThERaPy

You don’t have to explain who you are. We get it. We speak your language.

Grief & Loss

It’s okay that you’re not okay. We work with you wherever you’re at.
Without judgement.

Cancer & Chronic Illness

Uncertainty. Fear. Resilience. Fatigue.

Whatever you’re feeling, we’re here for you.