Peace of Mind Therapy

WELCOME TO PEACE OF MIND THERAPY!

Peace of Mind Therapy a unique and comfortable, boutique-style practice located in Madison, Wisconsin.
We are devoted to impacting our clients by helping them uncover their own personal skills and tools to solve problems, promote personal growth and make positive, lasting life changes.

We provide a variety of therapy specialties, from grief and loss to family and business.

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Verbalizing feelings can have a significant therapeutic effect on the brain. Therapy can help handle emotions related to stressors or problems even if they are not dramatically life-altering or traumatic. Therapy is well-known for its problem-solving techniques and provides an opportunity to look at problems in a different way. Therapy can help enhance communication and relationships. Therapy offers the unique opportunity to understand yourself better. Therapy allows us to say things we don’t feel comfortable saying to our friends and family. Therapy provides an opportunity to look at problems in a different way Therapy can be invigorating, like a good workout for the mind and soul.

Peace of Mind Therapy is designed to be unique. From the moment you walk through our doors you’ll feel that difference. We’ve designed our practice to be comfortable and unique, where clients and therapist work together to deliver the best therapy services in Madison.

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Phone

608.338.1786

Office

6502 Grand Teton Plaza Suite 204
Madison, WI 53719

If you are suicidal, concerned about sexual or physical or emotional abuse of a minor or elder person please be advised that we are required by law to report such information to the proper governmental authorities, including the police department. (Check this who to report to).  You should not e-mail or call us with regard to such information. You should report your information or concerns to the proper authorities. You can also visit www.childwelfare.org or call the National Abuse Hotline at 1-800-422-4453. If you are suicidal please phone the national prevention line at 1-800-273-8255, call 911, or go to your nearest emergency room.

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