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Life can present many challenges, some rooted in the past and some that are more acute in nature. Maybe you have been feeling anxious or depressed, or are struggling with overcoming trauma or grief, or feel stuck or lost in finding your purpose. At Integrity, we are here to offer the professional and personalized support you need to heal and live your best life. 


We work with people to overcome depression, anxiety, psychological trauma, loneliness, grief, and loss. Whatever challenge you are facing, we are here to help you uncover your strengths, identify your resources, and navigate the path to change and healing.

Individual Counseling


Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Psychodynamic Therapy


Anxiety or worries

Depression and sadness

Childhood trauma

Exploring purpose

Navigating life transitions

Processing grief and loss

Relationship with self

Spiritual reflection and growth


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy treatment that allows people to heal from adverse life experiences. EMDR breaks through the blocks and imbalances caused by emotional wounds to allow for healing to occur. EMDR therapy is provided by a trained therapist in an eight-phase treatment using eye movements (or other bilateral stimulation such as tapping) to access and target specific memories. Unlike traditional talk therapy, the insights clients gain in EMDR therapy result from the client’s own intellectual and emotional processes. Following EMDR therapy, clients feel empowered by the very experiences that once hurt them, finding true transformation and healing.


CBT is an approach based on scientific evidence demonstrating that the methods used successfully produce change.

CBT takes a collaborative approach in which the counselor and client work together to understand the problem and develop a treatment strategy.

CBT addresses the client's patterns of behavior and thinking. The focus of therapy is primarily on moving forward in life with less emphasis on the past. Through exercises in the session as well as “homework” exercises outside of sessions, clients are guided in developing coping skills and changing their thinking, problematic emotions, and behavior.


 Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy approach that focuses on helping clients learn to live in the moment. Through the guidance of a trained therapist, DBT helps clients recognize their thoughts, feelings, sensations, and impulses, as well as what is happening around them (what can be seen, heard, smelled, and touched) in nonjudgmental ways. DBT is used to treat depression, self-destructive behaviors, difficulty with emotional regulation, stress tolerance and management, as well as post-traumatic stress disorder.


Psychodynamic therapy is a form of talk therapy that guides clients in developing a deeper understanding of their thoughts and emotions. It works to help clients uncover and understand the unconscious factors that are contributing to their conscious feelings and behaviors. Through this deeper understanding, clients develop tools for self-reflection, leading to behavioral changes and emotional growth. 


Psychodynamic therapy is used to treat various mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, loneliness, and interpersonal relationships.


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