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Thomas Haffner, M.A., LMFT

I have a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, and have been helping people achieve their therapeutic goals for over a decade. My approach is non-judgmental, compassionate and committed to client success.

Some stress or anxiety is a normal part of life. However, when anxiety or stress interferes with your daily functioning, or the quality of your relationships, you may need better methods of coping. Therapy can help you improve your stress management and reduce your levels of anxiety.

It is not unusual for people to feel sad at times, especially when coping with grief and loss. Some depressed feelings are just a normal part of life. However, when symptoms of depression last for weeks at a time, or consistently disrupt daily functioning, it may be time to talk with someone about it. Coping with depression may be much harder on your own.

We typically expect our relationships to bring joy and comfort to our lives. We are wired for connection, but sometimes the wires get crossed. Relationship therapy can help you reconnect with those you love by improving communication skills, developing empathy and increasing your level of intimacy.​​

I consider it an honor and a privilege to be welcomed into the sacred space of each client’s life. I especially enjoy helping people experience connection, true intimacy and love in their relationships.

I enjoy helping people become more empowered to manage their lives, their emotions and their relationships more effectively.