Hutt Counseling Center
Relational Healing for Relational Injuries
People come to counseling for a variety of reasons including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, anger management, or trauma-related difficulties such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). One common question we ask of our clients is a variation of “Why now?”. In other words, what changes have occurred that lead someone to reach out for counseling services at this time. We find that a common answer to the “why now” question lies in their relationships. This can be difficulty with a romantic partner, a close friend, children, parents, a boss, or co-worker(s).
Because of this, we take a two-pronged approach focusing on symptom reduction and improving relationships. We understand that difficulties in current relationships and symptoms we may be experiencing are often connected to hurts from past relationships. In other words, we consider how past relationships may negatively impact us today. As one of our therapists will often say, “Let’s leave the past in the past, unless it is showing up in the present.”
We provide counseling services for adults, couples, and groups. As a practice, we specialize in working with couples. We enjoy helping couples experience more satisfying and fulfilling relationships. Couples can benefit from counseling whether the relationship is new, or married for over 25 years. We see those who are first dating, long-term committed, pre-engaged, engaged, and married. See below for more details about our services.
We are located in Chandler with easy access from Ahwatukee, Tempe, and Gilbert.
Individual therapy is a process of working through emotional distress. You move from the problem toward a solution. Your therapist works to create
Couples seek out counseling for a variety of reasons. Some examples include communication problems, frequent fighting, emotional distance, thoughts of ending the relationship,
We are wounded in relationships and healed in relationships. Group therapy provides a unique opportunity to experience healing in a relational context.