Your Reason for Starting Counseling

Counseling serves as a catalyst for positive life changes for many people. You can begin to realize issues that are holding you back from reaching your full potential.  Want to know some of the reasons people begin seeking counseling? Read on:

You want to find your purpose-Are you ready to find your calling but don't know what it is yet? We work with many people who are ready to transition to a new career, or move on to a new life adventure.

You want to feel connected-Are you looking to feel embraced by a community? Whether it be with family, friends or romantic relationships-we work with people on issues related to communication and intimacy to find where you belong.

You want your relationship to go from good to great-Counselors can help do a relationship check-up by helping you evaluate the areas of your life that you want to improve or change. If you want to work on finding a romantic relationship, or building a stronger one-Sun Point is the place to come.

You want to feel confident-This is the empowerment work we do with you to find your authentic confident self. Many people struggle with self-esteem issues and find it helpful to explore these issues with a counselor.

You want to feel healthy-Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, or other symptoms that are making you feel down? We'll work to find ways to reduce and either eliminate or manage these issues.

You want a safe space to explore issues-People come to us to explore issues with their family and children and often bring their family into sessions as relevant.  We also work with individuals who want to address sexuality and gender issues in their life. 

You want to thrive-Do you currently feel 'blah' about life?  Let's identify the things in your life holding you back from a thriving life.  Ask yourself  'What would I if I was filled positive energy throughout the day?' We'll break into steps what you need to do to get there.

Reflect on your daily life and the changes that you hope to see as a result of your counseling experience.