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We believe that each client is unique and has a unique story to tell. We listen with care, warmth, and with our whole being as clients tell their story. We respect where a client is emotionally and begin to work with him or her at a level that feels comfortable and safe to them. Every member of our team is committed to offer thorough, compassionate treatment and care. We are trained in various psychotherapeutic approaches and we tailor treatment based on client issues and agreed upon treatment goals. We offer: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Group Therapy, and Mindfulness.
Children’s Therapy and Helping Children Thrive
A child’s struggles with difficult feelings, negative behaviors, poor school performance, or unhealthy relationships can impact the rest of his or her life. But addressing these challenges during a child’s critical developmental years can set the stage for a happier, healthier future.
Every parent wants the very best for his or her child. But when children are faced with difficult or complex emotional issues, their lack of life experience and coping skills can make those issues extremely difficult to overcome. That’s where therapy can help. We will treat you and your child with compassion and respect, with the goal of establishing the trusting, positive relationships it takes to bring about real and lasting change.
Being a teenager isn’t easy, and often, they need an outlet for expressing themselves and working through their issues. Teenagers these days have a lot on their plate, from academic demands to social and peer pressure. Even if your child isn’t acting out, he or she may still benefit from talking to an unbiased professional. We have many years of experience working with teens and strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for young clients. No matter what type of issues your teen is facing, he or she will be given the opportunity to discuss them at length in an open, non-judgmental way and together we will find solutions and develop coping skills.
Adults have many responsibilities including home, children, marriage, family, work, and friendships. Adults are often expected to know what to do for themselves as well as those they care about. These demands of life, for many, cause stress. But when stress and the symptoms associated with it begin to interfere with your normal functioning, it may be time to seek professional help. Stress can affect more than just your mood. Over time, high levels of stress can cause serious health problems. That’s why it is so important to keep stress levels in check. But telling yourself to “just calm down” often isn’t enough to keep stress at bay. Effective stress management starts with identifying stressors and learning to cope with them.
We help by offering therapy aimed at breaking the cycle of negative feelings and behavior patterns. We meet you where you are emotionally and help you develop coping skills and relaxation skills to help give you relief as you explore the challenges or difficulties you are faced with.
Couples and Families
Maintaining a healthy marriage and family relationships is no easy task. As people live together and evolve, personalities can clash, issues can develop, and conflicts can arise, thus impacting family dynamics. It’s natural for family members or spouses to argue or even harbor negative feelings toward each other from time to time. But, if you’ve reached the point where you can no longer coexist in a positive, harmonious fashion, it may be time to seek out professional help.
Going through a divorce can trigger a range of intense and confusing emotions. While it’s normal to experience feelings of loss and anxiety during and after a divorce, sometimes these feelings can become overwhelming and begin interfering with your daily life. We can help you identify and address negative feelings associated with your divorce so that you can start to feel better and move forward with your life.