All services are offered through a HIPAA compliant telehealth platform.
An individual session is a time you and your therapist can spend together to explore and work through any struggles you may be facing. We are all doing the best we can with what we have, and yet somehow that doesn’t always feel like enough. We often cope with current life circumstances with the skills we learned in the past. Unfortunately, what worked when we were younger may no longer prove useful for us today. We’re here to support you in exploring who you’ve been, who you are, and who you want to be. We want to help you see a you that can deal with what’s going on, make healthy choices, and become a more natural self: balanced, happy, successful, and peaceful.
Our various education and experiences allow us to work with many populations and issues.
Danielle Schlagel’s Specialties:
I specialize in sex therapy, including issues around desire, sexual function, pleasure, body positivity, intimacy, sex education in parenting, postpartum issues, gender, sexuality, sex work, and kink. In addition to this, I work through a Buddhist lens, identifying and working on attachment wounding, emotion regulation issues, ADHD, and relationship issues.
I am passionate about helping individuals and couples be in their bodies and with one another with balance, equanimity, and joy.
Jessica Bailey’s Specialties:
Anxiety, ADHD, Depression, Process Addiction, Bipolar, Chronic Illness, Attachment Wounds, Gender Identity, Relationship Issues, Grief, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Spirituality and Growth, Mountain Trauma, and LGBTQIA2S+ Issues.
I have a special interest in working to create conscious relationships, supporting young adults in their transition to embracing adulthood, learning how to take our power back from anxiety, and men who are wanting support in building their emotional intelligence or navigating relationships.
Ben Weber’s Specialties:
Anxiety, ADHD, Autism, Depression, Chronic Illness, Gender Identity, Relationship Issues, Work Stress, Aging, Grief, Life Transitions, and LGBTQIA2S+ Issues.
I have a special interest in working with LGBTQIA2S+ and mid to late-life adults. I also am interested in working with those who are neurodivergent.
Alesia Millard’s Specialties:
Addiction, Chronic Pain, Anxiety, ADHD, Depression, Disordered Eating, Anger, Self-Esteem, Grief, Intimate Partner Violence, Trauma (Complex Trauma, Medical Trauma, Natural Disasters, Traumatic grief, Community or School Violence, War Zone/ Combat).
I have a special interest in Neuroeducation as well as supporting interpersonal issues and addiction. I am also passionate about supporting people through the grief that comes with transitions.
Why is it that our problems don’t seem to pop up until we’re faced with sharing our life with someone else? Have you been feeling disconnected, having the same fight over and over, or are worried your relationship is beyond saving? It is always possible to nourish your relationship, build a middle ground, and fall more in love with your partner. We approach couples counseling with a clear goal in mind: using the strengths of your relationship to increase healthy communication, encourage teamwork, and help couples turn toward one another.
We approach couples work influenced by Relational Life Therapy, the research done at the Gottman Institute, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, as well as mindfulness practices in creating a closer connection. We are also Marriage Friendly Therapists and enjoy working with couples in premarital counseling. We are here to support you whether you are in a traditional marriage, an alternative relationship, and anything in between.
If you’re looking to create a space for you and your partner that uses humor and is open and uplifting- let’s meet.
Becoming a parent is one of the most rewarding and difficult jobs we take on. We enter into creating a family with the best intention, to do best by our kids. It isn’t long before we realize that we’re imperfect people, and thus our parenting is imperfect. Sometimes we feel disconnected from our kids, wonder why punishments aren’t working, or are walking around armed with mom or dad guilt. We utilize parenting methods based on leading research that takes us back to what parenting is about: raising good people. We do this through coaching, connecting, empathizing, and setting consistent boundaries.
At Seity, LLC, we focus on working with parents who are struggling with their kids, as well as families who are wanting to feel more connected. Let’s face it, we live in a disconnected world. Family therapy can help bridge the gaps in communication, find ways of spending quality time together, and increase feelings of connection. We especially enjoy helping families blend together (step-parents, half-siblings, etc).