Are you struggling with finding direction, rebuilding trust, connection, and intimacy in your relationships?
Perhaps you are noticing an increase in anxiety, depressive symptoms, or low self-confidence.
Have you noticed challenges when interacting with your family resulting in an increased feeling of isolation?
We at Venture Into Connection can help.
Finding the courage to take that first step, and making the call to get help can be intimidating and nerve-wracking. At Venture Into Connection, we want to answer any questions you may have about our process, and we stress our commitment to providing a safe space for you to share your story.
To learn more about Kristin, Venture Into Connection, and what we do to help couples, individuals, and/or families just like you, please take a moment to explore our website, and send us an email or give us a call.
We use an evidence-based model to help our couples discover how to identify and shift their negative interactional cycle and to enable them to restore trust, closeness, and intimacy.
We want to provide a safe place to reawaken your relationship with yourself and others by using a variety of approaches including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and Emotionally Focused Therapy.
We work together to identify the particular dynamics that are showing up in the family system, giving the parent, the teen, and all involved a voice, and improving balance, emotional safety, and unity within the family.
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