Welcome to Waterstone
Change IS Possible
Thank you for considering Waterstone for your current life challenges. Whatever you are facing, Waterstone will help you determine treatment choices to best serve your goals. If you or a loved one is dealing with life stress, a transition and/or addiction our licensed therapy staff is here to help.
Call today and take your first step towards a healthier, happier YOU!
COMPASSION - HOPE - TRUST - RESPECT - STRENGTH - RECOVERY
We Are Here For You
Waterstone staff use evidence-based treatments to help adults develop the resources to live to their full potential.
Waterstone therapists use many different evidenced-based treatment modalities and are trained to know which modality would work best for your unique situation. After getting to know your circumstances, the therapist then partners with you to develop a plan for treatment. Therapists at Waterstone have many different specialties, one of which is helping people who are affected by loved ones who have substance use disorders. The staff at Waterstone are compassionate and can help you to live your best life. Call to make an appointment today.
What Is Individual Therapy?
Individual therapy also called psychotherapy is a form of counseling. You’ll meet regularly one-on-one with a reliable and relatable therapist to explore your feelings and life experiences, and any personal difficulties you are currently going through. Individual therapy can help you explore areas of your life where you feel stuck and increase your understanding of the way you interact with the world and with yourself. Waterstone therapists can assist you in developing insight into patterns creating difficulties in your life. Deeper self-knowledge promotes healing and can help you move on from what’s been holding you back.
How can therapy help you?
People often ask themselves if therapy is right for them. Sometimes others in our lives see the need for therapy before we do. Here are some of the things that Individual Therapy can help you with:
- Transitions or life changes
- Grief and loss
- Low self-esteem
- Difficulty regulating emotions
- Struggles with relationships
- Anger issues
- Stress with issues of daily life, like financial or world events
- Substance use
- Living with or loving someone with substance use disorders
- Recovery from trauma
- Issues with intimacy
- Working through a crisis
- Job stress or academic struggles
- Overcoming codependency
- Recurring life issues that are difficult to change
- The need for a safe space to process personal issues
- Coping with Medical conditions
We only service people 18 and older.