Our therapists specialize in working with the daily and lifelong challenges that people encounter in their emotional lives as well as their own identities. Whether you struggle with concerns like anxiety or depression, relationships or career concerns, or have experienced racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, or other forms of oppression in your life, Kip’s diverse team of clinicians strive to be deeply in tune with the ways these dynamics interact with your well-being and mental health.
We believe that the foundation of therapy is the quality of the relationship with your provider. Our therapists receive intensive, on-going training and supervision on how to listen, evaluate, and respond to your needs. Beginning with your first consultation with us, we work closely with you to match you to a therapist who best fits your needs and goals, and to provide the best care possible throughout treatment.
In one-on-one, confidential sessions, our therapists work closely with you to address the concerns that brought you into treatment, to explore the thoughts and motivations underlying your behaviors and, ultimately, to help you improve your quality of life.
Couples often reach a point where there is a breakdown in communication, a decreased ability to trust, or a feeling of not being heard or understood. Couples therapy at Kip provides a safe space for partners to explore their relationship dynamics, work through conflict, and develop skills to strengthen their relationship
Our groups are tailored to match the specific needs of group members, and we work hard to keep our groups tailored to allow for meaningful and personal connections. Each group encourages honest and vulnerable interpersonal communication among the members, all within a safe and welcoming environment, and the development of insight into how each person functions in intimate and social relationships.
Gender & sexuality groups
Our gender and sexuality groups provide safe and affirming spaces to address a wide variety of sexual and gender identity issues that people may be exploring and struggling with, including intimacy and relationships, sexual and gender expression, transitioning, addictions, coming out, shame, aging, and body image.