"You're only one thought away from fulfilling your purpose."

Nia Grant, MA, LPC, CMFT, CAMS, DCC

Services

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Life Coaching

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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Life coaching draws upon a variety of tools and techniques from other disciplines such as sociology, psychology, neuroscience, and career counseling with an aim towards helping people identify and achieve personal goals.

Specialty life coaches may have degrees in various fields and may have studied counseling psychology and related areas, some life coaches may not be therapists, counselors, or health care providers and psychological intervention typically lies outside the scope of life coaches’ work. In this instance your life coach, Nia Grant is a trained therapist/counselor with many years of experience.

Maybe you’re not feeling the love, support, and synergy in your personal relationships and want to know how to turn them around (or how to end the toxic relationships in your life and attract new, positive relationships).

Maybe you feel like you’re stuck in a dead-end job, and dread waking up and going to work each morning. You dream of having a career that inspires, energizes, and fulfills you each and every day.

Maybe you’re struggling to make ends meet, and want to find a way to become financially free so you can enjoy the lifestyle you want and feel confident and secure about your financial future.

Family Counseling

Family therapy, also referred to as couple and family therapy, marriage and family therapy, family systems therapy, and family counseling, is a branch of psychotherapy that works with families and couples in intimate relationships to nurture change and development. It tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. It emphasizes family relationships as an important factor in psychological health.

The different schools of family therapy have in common a belief that, regardless of the origin of the problem, and regardless of whether the clients consider it an “individual” or “family” issue, involving families in solutions often benefits clients. This involvement of families is commonly accomplished by their direct participation in the therapy session. The skills of the family therapist thus include the ability to influence conversations in a way that catalyses the strengths, wisdom, and support of the wider system.

In the field’s early years, many clinicians defined the family in a narrow, traditional manner usually including parents and children. As the field has evolved, the concept of the family is more commonly defined in terms of strongly supportive, long-term roles and relationships between people who may or may not be related by blood or marriage.

The conceptual frameworks developed by family therapists, especially those of family systems theorists, have been applied to a wide range of human behaviour, including organisational dynamics and the study of greatness.

Family Counseling

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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Individual counseling is basically a collaborative effort between you and your counselor. Our goal is to provide an open, supportive, and confidential environment for you to address the issues that are concerning you.

Who can benefit from counseling?

Just about anyone can benefit. No problem is too big or small. Listed below are just a few examples of some common concerns:

Symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression.

College adjustment issues such as homesickness, academic problems, and long-distance relationships.

Interpersonal difficulties, including roommate conflicts, family problems, romantic relationship concerns, problems with assertiveness, and other issues.

Bereavement and grief related to the loss of a loved one (such as relationship breakups, deaths, parental divorce, or other major losses).

Questions/confusion about identity, self-image, sexuality, gender, or religious concerns Concerns about body image, food, eating, or weight, as well as treatment for eating disorders.

Experience with sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, abuse, or other trauma Thoughts of suicide, death, or hurting others.

Behaviors that can be harmful to you, like drug or alcohol abuse or cutting.

Distance Counseling

Distance Counseling is an exciting way to receive professional counseling services anywhere. Distance Counseling occurs through video conferencing technology, secure instant messaging, or by phone.

Research studies have shown that Distance Counseling is effective, convenient and affordable. Distance Counseling is great if you would like to see a clinician that is not located in your geographic area.

Distance Counseling is a convenient way to receive counseling support from the comfort of your own home.

Distance Counseling

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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Anger Management

Anger Management

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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Anger can be the result of many different factors, some of which may not be recognized by the person experiencing the anger.

For example, people who go through the pain of a divorce often suffer with untreated anger for years after the separation. Illness and death can cause those who grieve to feel extremely angry as part of the grieving process.

Children who have suffered neglect or abuse may bury their emotional wounds for years, only to have the wounds resurface in adulthood in the form of anger and aggression. This natural emotion is the way our bodies and minds try to protect our inner selves from perceived threats.

Even if an attack is not imminent, it is how we view a situation that creates the greenhouse for anger to grow. In many cases anger is a normal response and not problematic in a person’s life, but approximately one in five Americans faces the challenge of uncontrollable anger.

Stress Management

We all feel stress at one time or another. It’s a normal and healthy reaction to change or a challenge. But stress that goes on for more than a few weeks can affect your health. Keep stress from making you sick by learning healthy ways to manage it.

LEARN TO RECOGNIZE STRESS

The first step in managing stress is recognizing it in your life. Everyone feels stress in a different way. You may get angry or irritable, lose sleep, or have headaches or stomach upset. What are your signs of stress? Once you know what signals to look for, you can start to manage it.

Also identify the situations that cause you stress. These are called stressors. Your stressors could be family, work, relationships, money, or health problems. Once you understand where your stress is coming from, you can come up with ways to deal with your stressors.

Stress Management

  • Sessions generally last 50-55 minutes.
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