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Have you experienced an unexpected major life change or loss in a relationship or at work?

Sometimes life transitions can take us by surprise.

And then sometimes they can just punch us in the face.

Serious illness, job loss or change, relationship breakup or betrayal, or fertility problems can be difficult to work through.

Yet there is often growth and meaning that we can salvage and leverage in the wake of these life transitions.


When most people think of loss, they only think of the death of loved one. 

However, feelings of loss are personal and unique to the individual. People can grieve the loss of anything that is important to them.

Some common losses that can be associated with strong feelings of grief:

  • Loss of a close friend

  • Death of a friend, partner, or family member

  • Serious illness of a loved one

  • Loss of a pet

  • Relationship breakup

  • Job loss

However, less obvious losses can also cause strong feelings of grief for many people.

  • Leaving or moving away from home

  • Chronic illness or loss of health

  • Job change

  • Graduation from school or university

  • Disability or loss of mobility

  • Loss of financial security or ability to provide for family

How therapy for life transitions can help

To manage loss and difficult transitions, we wiill work with you to help you:

  • Handle difficult thoughts and feelings more effectively

  • Find meaning in the loss or transition and leveraging it to help you going forward to honor what you’ve lost

  • Increase your ability to be and stay present

We use only empirically-based practices grounded in neurocognitive and behavioral science including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT), and Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) when helping people move through life transitions. Our approach to treatment is influenced by our training in neurocognitive and behavioral science and emphasis on interpersonal process.v


As an online or virtual therapy practice, our mission is to offer a variety of online therapy services to help you focus on your needs. We take the stress out of getting the treatment you deserve with our flexible, convenient, and easy-to-use therapy and assessment services. We offer online therapy in several states including North Carolina, Alabama, Colorado, Washington DC, Georgia, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennesee, Texas, Virginia, and Utah, and all PSYPACT states, and we new states added to our list on a regular basis.

We specialize in working with high-performing professionals, executives, lawyers, entrepreneurs, physicians and other healthcare professionals, creatives, athletes, and students (college, graduate, and professional programs). We will soon be offering for high-achieving teens who want and are a good fit for online or virtual therapy. Our therapists are all doctoral-level psychologists.  Depending on the therapist you see, we can offer help with stress and burnout, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, ADHD, and depression as well as vicarious trauma, life transitions, and relationship problems. Learn more about the cost of online therapy on our investment page. Getting the best therapist for your needs no matter where you live and being able to fit it into your busy schedule might be the secret. Online therapy may be the answer you’ve been looking for! We use evidence-based treatment methods including ACT, DBT, RO-DBT, CBT, ERP, and trauma-informed therapies.

Please contact our office and request an appointment to hear about the many ways we can help you thrive and be successful in work and life, and hopefully all the way around.


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