Are you struggling to find joy and engagement in your daily life and relationships?
You may be plagued by anxious thoughts, a low mood, or are feeling not quite like yourself as a result of traumatic or distressing life events. Healing and growth is possible for everyone, and it happens from the inside out.
Offering virtual and in-person therapy in a safe, welcoming space, I draw from evidence-based approaches to offer each of my clients innovative, personal therapy.
It feels good to be listened to without judgement. Together we can shine a light on patterns and belief systems that may be holding you back, and support body, mind and emotions as you heal and grow.
What Do We Offer?
Individual Therapy for Teens & Adults
Engage in one-on-one sessions to help you find inner calm, wellness and a healthy connection to your emotions. Addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and the effects of unresolved trauma will help improve your daily life, overall health and relationships!
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)
EMDR therapy is an extensively researched, structured psychotherapy method which helps people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders.
We offer psychological assessments, learning / psychoeducational and ADHD testing and diagnostic services to children, teens and adults.
Therapy for Children
Children and their caregivers can avail of sessions to help learn to regulate emotions as a family, deal with anxiety, or process unresolved trauma.
It’s Nice to Meet You!
I’m Janine. I’ve weathered a few storms of my own, and I love helping others as they find their way through the painful experiences that are often a part of life.
I recently navigated a year-long stage 3 cancer experience, and I know about healing.
I believe that the body, mind, and emotions must be in balance in order to achieve health and a sense of peace and well-being.
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Recent Blog Posts
Don’t logic someone’s grief. Don’t Descartes them. Don’t Descartes yourself. Being logical does not erase grief.
It was hard work to face these uncomfortable feelings. I had to use my mind, my brain and my body to chip away at this stuckness, which was rooted in my response to medical trauma. And the first step was understanding that the things I was feeling in my body were not directly related to a medical condition in my throat.