Firefly Counseling Services, P.C.
4950 NE Belknap Ct. Suite 205
Hillsboro, OR 97124
The practice is located on the corner of Belknap Ct. and Elam Young Pkwy next to Intel Hawthorne Farms.
Buisness Hours: We are in the office Monday-Friday with appointment times ranging from 8AM-6PM. If you are having a mental health emergency and need immediete assistance please call the Washington County Crisis Line at 503-291-9111 or the Multnomah County Crisis Line at 503-988-4888 or proceed to your nearest emergency room for assistance.
"We don't accomplish anything in this world alone...and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads from one to another that
-Sandra Day O'Connor
Depression and anxiety are common experiences for women in our culture. The National Institute for Mental Health states about 18% of the adult population in the US suffers from an anxiety disorder and it is not uncommon for individual who suffer from anxiety to also suffer from depression. Many people, however, feel alone in this struggle.
We welcome you to join our weekly support group to find a warm, inviting and most of all, supportive environment to work towards overcoming anxiety and depression. Women's Connection can be attended as a sole treatment, but may be most beneficial utilized as a treatment in addition to counseling with a primary therapist.
Group Details: Two Options for Session Times
Facilitator: Sara Pitkanen, M.Ed, LMFT
Cost: $25.00 per group session or approximately $100.00/4-week calendar month
The group is an open support group designed to adapt to the issues that members are experiencing in their lives. Group is largely discussion based with the following goals guiding each session:
1.) Healthy management of anxiety, depression and self-esteem challenges
2.) Development of healthy supportive relationships among group members
3.) Opportunity to offer and receive alternative perspectives in a safe environment
4.) Members will assist each other in challenging self-criticism and problem-saturated thoughts
5.) Exploration of emotional responses and how this connects to behavior patterns