We want you to know that we are trustworthy partners in supporting your family. Here are the values that we keep in the forefront of everything that we do.
Building strong, meaningful relationships is a basic need for all of us. We believe the most significant part of therapy is the relationship that is developed between the therapist, child and family. Building trust and a sense of safety with each child and family is of highest importance to each clinician at Resilience Therapy. Having this empathic connection, trust and safety is where healing begins.
We are honest and have strong moral principles that guide our actions and decisions. We believe in pursuing high quality work and ethical behavior to ensure the best care to the children and families we serve.
We know that you and your child have inner resources to do hard things. Working through difficult emotions and life challenges takes courage. We see your strengths and believe in your resilience. We also know it takes courage to reach out for support. We are here for you, you are not alone.
Hope and Healing
We know you love your child deeply. We understand that when your child is struggling, as a parent you feel worried and heavy-hearted. We will hold the light of hope for you when you can’t see through the dark. Together, we will help your child find healing so that your child may thrive. We create a safe and comfortable atmosphere where healing can begin.
Fun and Laughter
We believe that healing comes in many forms and that fun and laughter is a beautiful and needed form of healing in the lives of children, teens and families. We know that play and fun help children to feel safe, learn and grow.
Thinking outside the box and using the imagination can be a turning point when we feel stuck. We encourage children and families to think creatively to be able to solve problems in a new way. We meet people where they’re at and creatively tailor sessions to meet individual needs.
Diversity and Inclusion
Our office promotes a foundation of diversity, equity, and inclusivity in its culture and practice.