Mental Health Therapy
Life is stressful and can throw a lot at us. In this day and age, challenges seem to be everywhere. We understand and are here to help.
We offer a wide range of services that help individuals, couples and families in all spaces. One of our main services is therapy where we work with those who are facing life challenges and difficulties. We also help other professionals gain skills to cope with the stressors and difficulties in their work lives. In addition, we provide clinical supervision.
Eric Nance, MSW, LICSW, C-PD
I was born on the Oregon coast, raised in Reedsport, Oregon and graduated from Reedsport High School in 1994. I have lived in the Midwest for the past 16 years and now call the open prairies of North Dakota my home.
I’d Love to Help
From the Blog
Pathways. They are everywhere. Maybe you’ve seen one at a park or near a mountain. I always see a pathway when I’m near a lake. Sometimes, they seem to appear out of nowhere.But they all lead somewhere.Throughout my career as a mental health therapist, I have heard...
My Approach & Philosophy
Pathways. They are everywhere. Maybe you’ve seen one at a park or near a mountain. I always see a pathway when I’m near a lake. Sometimes, they seem to appear out of nowhere.
But they all lead somewhere.
Throughout my career as a mental health therapist, I have heard myself use the word “pathways” so many times I’ve lost count. At some point, I realized each of my clients is on a journey, and it’s my job to help them discover the best pathway to success.
I also realized the most important pathway is the one that leads to the true self.
Finding the true self can be the most frightening, yet rewarding, experience a person can have: Frightening because we come face to face with our shame, guilt and regrets; rewarding because the true self allows us a beautiful freedom.
When we live the honesty of who we are, we don’t use energy to run and hide. Instead, we can take that energy and put it into loving others. We can put it into our hobbies and passions.
We can take it and put into ourselves.
Think about the pathways you have been on. I would imagine some have been rocky and uneven. Others have pointed straight up and down. Some pathways have led you in circles. Still others have been smooth and you barely broke a sweat when you walked them.