Are you looking for better ways to relate to yourself
and your place in the world?
I’m Lind Butler, a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapist. I have spent the last thirty years helping individuals, couples and families with feelings of depression, anxiety, grief, relationship issues and family problems.
Our work will be a reflective mirror to view yourself, a supportive alliance, enabling you to reflect on problem areas, gain self-understanding, enhance your self-esteem, set your own goals and help you make needed changes leading to improved relationships.
“You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.”
– Brian Tracy
Therapy is a partnership which grows in an
atmosphere of safety and acceptance.
I nurture this collaboration with clients.
Within each of us there exists a deeper wisdom that, given adequate support, naturally moves toward healing and integration. Over my years as a therapist, I have witnessed some profoundly moving themes within the stories clients tell. Many clients come to therapy longing to be found, to be deeply seen, heard, and felt by someone who truly “gets” them. Others seek to know the aspects of their own inner life. We want to weave the bewildering, contradictory and hidden strands of our experience into a cohesive story that makes sense. When we create a coherent narrative, we feel a deeper sense of safety in the world.
Psychotherapy can facilitate the discovery of your inner needs.
In this fast paced life, we often lose touch with who we truly are
and our priorities in life.
Painful or traumatic experiences from the past may affect our ability to manage feelings and develop healthy patterns. Psychotherapy can facilitate the discovery of your inner needs. It can help you become aware of blind spots, develop new perspectives, while learning to build more satisfying intimate, family and work relationships.
Areas of Specialization Include:
- Grief and Bereavement
- Life Adjustment Issues
- Chronic Medical Issues
- End of Life
- Creative/Performance Anxiety
- Women’s Health Issues
- Models of Therapy Include: EMDR, Hypnosis, Sandtray, Expressive Arts Therapy