People seek therapy after reaching a point of exhaustion. Because suffering thrives in isolation it’s so helpful to speak what we feel. The practice is paradoxical in that it’s both ordinary and also unique in its capacity to help us normalize and process our shame, anxiety, and grief.
My goals are to help you trust your feelings and body, grow your self-acceptance, and learn how to be both creative and flexible in the face of hardship.
I’m a graduate of the California Institute of Integral Studies and I love working with teens, adults, and couples. Outside of therapy, I enjoy playing delta blues and building tiny homes.
–Benjamin Cole, Associate Marriage & Family Therapist # 128181 supervised by Alexander Warnow, LMFT #92437