Amphora /am.fo.ra/ n. a vase with two elongated handles, used in ancient times to store and transport food and liquids such as wine, olives, cereal, and oil. Its name is derived from the Greek word "amphoreus", meaning ‘carried on both sides.’ The vessels were designed to enable them to be carried by one or two people with ease.
As we travel through life, we each hold thoughts, feelings, memories, and experiences within ourselves - a living container of knowledge and sensations. This vessel can hold the deeply nourishing parts of life that keep us moving forward. However, at times we may become heavy with worries, stress, or other hardships. These can weigh us down and make the road ahead seem long and difficult.
Whether you're stuck on the "what ifs" of life and are holding onto stress; battling feelings of sadness, hopelessness, mood swings, or thoughts of "I'm not good enough"; hoping to work through old wounds and traumas; or if you simply need someone to listen, I am here to walk with you and carry some of that weight. Together we will slowly pour out whatever may be holding you back and make room for all the nourishing parts of life you deserve.
I work with adolescents, emerging adults, adults, and seniors - ages 15 and up.
Bipolar spectrum disorders
Self-esteem and self-worth
I have worked with clients presenting with, but not limited to: PTSD, complex PTSD, suicidal thoughts, self-harm, depression, bipolar disorder (I and II), OCD, pre-marital concerns, infidelity, divorce discernment issues, survivors of abuse, career and education-related issues, attachment-related issues, and more. (Please feel free to reach out about any mental health needs you may have that are not listed here.)
I am a multiculturally competent, trauma-informed therapist, have worked with many neurodiverse clients (including Highly Sensitive People - HSPs), and welcome clients from a diverse range of backgrounds. I especially enjoy working with young and emerging adults as they make the transition from high school or college!
Pronouns are She/Her/Hers.
Stacey Griffith, LCPC
Owner and Therapist
I strive to provide a compassionate and non-judgmental environment of encouragement and support and believe that therapy is not "one-size-fits-all". You deserve someone who listens to and supports who you are, and is focused on your unique needs and experiences. I am rooted in the belief that all people can benefit from therapy and that staying mentally healthy is a lifelong process.
"People went through life like well handled jugs, collecting chips and scrapes and stains from wear and tear, from holding and pouring life.”