7 Years! Happy Anniversary to Us!!
Well here we are, at yet another milestone. 7!
We have crossed the 7-year mark! 7 years we have been blessed to serve those seeking support and assistance in Connecticut’s lower Fairfield County.
7 years of serving Trumbull, Monroe, Fairfield, Stratford, Shelton, Bridgeport, Westport, Wilton, Newtown, New Canaan, Southport, Southbury, Redding, Milford, New Haven, Norwalk, Oxford, Beacon Falls, Easton, Weston, Stamford: we thank you for making us your choice in support and caregiving.
7 years of ups and downs, of seeing people through tough times and celebrating as they come out stronger and more resilient on the other side.
7 years of the highest caliber professionals to share this journey with: heartfelt thanks to Nina, Erica, Charles, Audrey and Jennifer. And to our current astounding group of caring clinicians: Lisa, Betsy, Emily, Yvonne and, well, I guess me, Katherine.
7 years of great collaboration with other caregivers: Trumbull Pediatrics, PriMed, Bridgeport Hospital, St. Vincent’s Medical Center, DCF, Silver Hill Hospital, Four Winds, Hall-Brooke, Boys and Girls Village, TLC, Children’s Learning and Therapy Center, Bridges, SWCAA, Resiliency Center of Newtown, dozens of primary care physicians, many of the top APRN medication managers, and dozens of caring collaborative therapists seeking the right fit for those who cross their thresholds.
We are now poised to be able to provide even more caring service to those who seek to come to MFT3. We now have 5 therapists in the group, all of which bring something unique and special, yet also of the highest professional caliber, to the work we do.
Thank you for trusting us with your journeys, that is the highest form of flattery we can be given. We are grateful each and every day, for each and every client.
Here’s to 7 more!
Please stop by and join us as we embark on year 8.
Oh, and I can’t forget to also mention that today is our little cat SallieMae’s 9th birthday as well. She brings us joy each and every day.
Congratulations! Thank you for what you’ve done for me, what you continue to do for others. You created a safe place for me to cope with so much turmoil, sort it out, and turn it into something productive and positive. I know I can always turn to you. I think of you often