AGAPE Family Therapy and Coaching assist members through individual, family, and group therapy and life coaching in order for self-discovery, self-liberation, restorative healing, and authentic connection to themselves, their identified families, and communities.
AGAPE means unconditional love and at AGAPE Family Therapy and Coaching, we love you unconditionally. That means you get to bring your whole self to receive services free of judgment. We look to you as experts in your lives searching for self-liberation for you, your family and your community.
Individual therapy provides an opportunity to experience self-liberation through self-awareness, and an understanding about your thinking, emotions, behaviors, and motivations.
In couples therapy, we can help you learn effective communication, active listening and how you love yourself and your partner through the five love languages.
Family therapy provides an opportunity to gain awareness of patterns of interaction, both present and generational. Families get to learn how they function as a whole and individually.
Life coaching co-creates an environment that honors the individual’s motivations, dreams, and aspirations. You will gain through 1:1 coaching someone who supports, challenges, comes alongside you to tap into your greatest potential.
Well sought-after speakers to discuss trauma-informed mental health practices, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. In a variety of practices including but not limited to organizational development, Mental Health Group Practice and Coaching. Specializing in internalization of racism, oppression and privilege.
We live in a systemic oppressive society that oppresses others based on their race, sex, health status, class, age, nationality, gender expression, sexual orientation, political affiliation, and religion.
We acknowledge that these oppressions are manifested and magnified in individuals, families, communities, organizations, and laws. These manifestations can be named as racism, sexism, ableism, classism, ageism, nationalism, and discrimination in gender expression, sexual orientation, political affiliation and religion that have often left the oppressed dead, lack of social mobility, lack of access to adequate and appropriate mental and health care, poverty, generational wealth, and lack of advocacy in communities and organizations
"Love is defined as: The will to extend one’s self for the purpose of nurturing one’s own or another’s spiritual growth."
Erich Fromm, The Road Less Traveled, in 1978