Self harming behaviors
Low self esteem/self-worth
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
CBT helps individuals to observe and analyze their thoughts and perceptions
and teaches skills to modify dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors.
The Psychodynamic approach focuses on how an individuals past experiences effect their current thoughts and behaviors, allowing people to develop a deeper insight.
The Imago Approach is an in-depth approach to help couples communicate effectively.
The Gottman Approach uses a variety of techniques to foster a couples fondness and admiration for one another.
Play therapy uses a child's natural way of learning to process emotions and develop new skills.
Mindfulness highlights the importance of the here and now by using techniques to bring individuals into the present moment.
Motivational interviewing attempts to move an individual away from a state of indecision or uncertainty and towards finding motivation to making positive decisions and accomplishing established goals.
Solution-Focused therapy is a brief approach that focuses on specific, time-sensitive goals.
Our sessions are based off of the individuals agenda and guided by the persons values and strengths.
ACT works on accepting life challenges while committing to making changes in order to work toward goals despite challenged in our lives.
Being a trauma-focused therapist refers to a clinician taking into consideration how childhood trauma has effected an individual's current challenges.
Attachement-based therapy focuses on the relationship the therapist builds with the individuals in order to help those who have experienced disruptions in their ability to form healthy relationships with others.