Life is unpredictable.
Relationships are complicated.
Pressure comes at you from all directions.
Therapy is a refuge for you to work through conflicts, unpack painful experiences, and ultimately gain a more compassionate understanding of yourself. It is a way of discovering truth and layers of meaning together with someone who offers support, respect, confidentiality, and an unbiased perspective.
Mary Breen is a licensed psychotherapist and embodied practitioner with over a decade of experience guiding motivated men and women to lead more meaningful, balanced, and purpose-driven lives. She and her team of highly-skilled therapists are available to work with you as you embark on your deeply healing journey of therapy.
Experience your humanity with acceptance.
Understand your purpose.
Awaken your passion.
Mary and her team of therapists’ flexible and collaborative approach to therapy encourages introspection and reflective thinking while integrating practical and solution-focused treatment.
With so many different kinds of therapists to choose from, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you. Our therapists’ clinical backgrounds and proficiency in complementary, body-based healing practices offer a unique and holistic perspective for treatment of the whole self.
Knowing what to expect when you begin therapy can ease your mind and help you to feel more prepared. Learn more about how our therapy in our practice works and where we are located by clicking the link below. The fastest way to get support is to simply set up a free 15 minute phone consultation. Schedule your call at a time that’s convenient for you and let us do the rest. We know you want to feel better now.
If you are experiencing...
Stress Management, Finding Balance
Sex, Dating, and Relationships
Grief and Loss of a Parent or Loved One
Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Behaviors
Trauma (Recent or Past), PTSD, Sexual Assault
Family Planning, Fertility & Perinatal Support; Maternal Mental Health
Problematic Behaviors such as Alcohol, Drug, or Pornography Overuse
Unresolved Childhood and Family Issues
Life Transitions and Role Changes
Philosophical or Spiritual Questions; Finding a Sense of Purpose