Your home for Hope, Growth, and Healing
You’re awake in the middle of the night.
You’re feeling desperate for things to change, but can’t imagine what that would look like. You’re hopelessly… Overwhelmed with anxiety. Crushed by the weight of depression. Wondering if you’ll ever escape the haunting memories that leave you jumping at every little sound and keep you just on the edge of a full-blown panic attack.
Trying to find a way for you and your partner to communicate and connect, before the relationship crumbles. Wanting to believe that your teen is just “going through a phase” and will grow out of their concerning behavior before things get worse.
Searching for a place where you can be yourself.
You belong here.
At Harper Therapy, we guide you on a path of Hope, Growth, and Healing. We help you identify the goals that matter most to you, help you create a way to those goals, and hold fierce belief that you can do it — especially when you have a hard time believing that for yourself.
You are not alone.
We all go through hard things. We all need support. Living bravely isn’t about avoiding the hard things. It’s about proving to ourselves time and time again that we’re not defined by them.
Are you ready?
One of the most courageous things you’ll do is pick up the phone and call us. We are ready to chat with you about what’s going on for you and how we can help.
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Do you and your partner do "the dance"? Not the romantic waltz. Or the sexy tango. The awkward Electric Slide, where you bump into each other or step on each other's toes. Or the Running Man, where you just keep moving but don't go anywhere.
Trying to be all things to all people, attempting to circumvent uncertainty, people-pleasing, perfectionism, and listening to the voice of “not-enoughness” kept me playing small and stopped any possibility of up-leveling my practice, and showing up as my authentic self to do the work that I’m meant to do.
True confession: I’m a perfectionist. I’m attempting to be a recovering perfectionist, but those tendencies are ingrained and will take some time to diminish. As a perfectionist, I don’t like the “fall”. A fall means things aren’t perfect, I made a mistake, or at the very least, things didn’t go the way I intended.