We provide individual therapy for children and adults. We employ a rational, cognitive-behavioral approach that focuses on establishing a genuine connection with clients and collaboratively examining problematic thoughts, behaviors, and relationship patterns. The therapy process includes suggestions about healthy changes to make within each of these areas and how to implement them in daily life. Our goals for each client are distress reduction, expansion of coping skills, and improvement in mental and behavioral health.
Family therapy is a type of psychotherapy that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. Family therapy can be useful in any family situation that causes stress, anxiety, grief, anger or conflict. It can help you and your family members understand one another better and learn coping skills to bring you closer together. Your family may pursue family therapy along with other types of mental health treatment, especially if one of you has a mental illness.
Signs you may need family therapy:
Abuse or neglect
Lack of boundaries
Lack of intimacy
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time. Groups can act as a support network and a sounding board. Other group members often help you come up with specific ideas for improving a difficult situation or life challenge, and hold you accountable along the way. Group therapy also provides you an opportunity to hear others discussing what they’re going through and realize you’re not alone. We provide different types of groups and please check “upcoming events info” for more group therapy information.
Anxiety Group for Women
Mental Health Support Group for Moms
Mental Health Support Group for New Moms
Mindfulness Group for Women with Trauma
Social Skill Group for Elementary School Children
Support Group for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
A therapy technique that is used with most clients is called “Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).” In CBT, we focus on how your thoughts control your feelings. We will practice identifying, challenging and restructuring your irrational thoughts by collecting evidences from your past life experiences to change your feelings about life circumstances.
The purpose of mindfulness is to live in the present moment rather than having your thoughts scattered all over (in the past or future). Mindfulness has been used in therapy to treat a wide range of mental health challenges include but not limited to anxiety, depression, and trauma. We use many techniques that cultivate mindfulness, including square breathe, body scan, progressive muscle relaxation, mindful eating, etc.
Behavioral Modification Therapy
Behavior modification is a therapeutic approach designed to change a particular undesirable negative behavior. By using a system of positive or negative consequences, an individual learns the correct set of responses for any given stimulus. We provide behavioral modification therapy not only for children with behavioral challenges but also adapt this therapeutic approach for adults to change undesired behaviors.