Asking questions can open a window to the greatest pleasures in life. In doing so, you open yourself to learning more about the world around you and become more confident in the life you’re living. Here are a few questions to get you started.
Each person is unique, and each journey is different. People seek therapy for many reasons. Sometimes people want to address long-standing mental health challenges. Other times, people seek therapy in response to unexpected life changes. Many times, people seek therapy to pursue self-exploration, growth and become more attuned with their lives. Working with a therapist can help provide insight and new strategies for all types of life challenges. Therapy offers a private confidential space away from the busyness, stressors, or roles in our lives.
Therapy is right for anyone who needs help with life’s difficulties, for those who want to create greater self-awareness, for those who are looking to achieve new goals, for those with mental health challenges, as well as for those who look to understand their lives and the many wonderful opportunities life offers.
At SafePointe, we practice 5 main principles:
- Turning inward to access the answers within.
- Going deeper to see what drives human behavior.
- Slowing down to increase insight and heal from the inside out.
- Integrating the fragmented pieces of yourself to live a life that is whole in mind, spirit, and body.
- A trauma-informed environment fostering safety, trust, honesty, and collaboration.
The time we spend together will be completely confidential. The exceptions are:
- If you plan to cause bodily harm to yourself or someone else
- If there is expressed abuse of a minor or elder
SafePointe specializes in anxiety, depression, and trauma. These are three massive subjects that cover a wide range of psychological issues. Even if you do not feel you fit into one of these three categories, we still may be able to help! Please give us a call or email for a consultation. We want to work with you in every way we can.
Yes! Korisma Grant is a Licensed Master Social Worker. Outside of her degrees, she has undergone comprehensive training as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) and studies Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB).
An embodied brain means the full system of the body influencing the brain.
We passionately believe that safety is one of the cornerstones of healing. Our community emphasizes trust, integrity, and empowerment. Simply put, when you walk into SafePointe, we want you to feel completely and undeniably SAFE.
Yes, SafePointe accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Care Network.