Our mission is to strengthen our community by providing compassionate mental health care regardless of race, socioeconomic status, age, abilities, gender, sexual identity, size or faith. We aim to empower children, teens and adults to heal, grow and exceed their potential.
Project Thrive CT is an ANTI-RACIST & LGBTQ+ affirming practice.
Our clinicians each use a unique style and specialty depending on your story and your goals. We treat the entire family and offer services to address: maternal mental health (including infertility, pregnancy and postpartum support), identity exploration, anxiety, trauma and depression in young adults, teens and children.
At Project Thrive CT, with a focus on the big picture, we make sure that we are treating you as a whole person, and not just as your symptoms. Wellness is a combination of mental health, nutrition, exercise, mindfulness, social supports, time in nature, and purpose. We will create goals, discuss barriers, celebrate small steps and even laugh a little.More About The Practice
“Finally made the appointment with my therapist at Project Thrive CT and it’s one of the best decisions I have ever made. I look forward to talking every week and always leave feeling confident and relaxed.”
“My daughter was too anxious to go to school but since she started therapy this year, she has learned the skills to calm down at school, how to make new friends and how to ask for help. We are grateful for her therapist at Project Thrive CT.”
“I always thought therapy would be too formal and stuffy, but the offices at Project Thrive CT are peaceful and the therapists are down to earth. It’s been an awesome experience.”
How To Get Started
We applaud you for reaching out and we know that this can be a stressful experience. We hope to ease your concerns and get you started on a path to healing and health.
Send us a message or give us a call to schedule an initial consultation with one of our clinicians. We will direct you to fill out intake forms and insurance information before your first session. At the first session, you may ask any questions about treatment and then your therapist will start to gather information about your history and goals for therapy. At the end of the session, you will both decide if it is appropriate to schedule a next session. That’s it!