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We Help With...

Anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, relationship issues, attachment, grief/loss, self-exploration/empowerment, life stage adjustment, family dynamics/conflict, panic, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, abuse recovery, addiction recovery, trauma across the lifespan (physical, mental, emotional, sexual, financial), sex and gender identity, divorce and co-parenting, focusing issues/ADD/ADHD, rumination, impulse control issues, finding purpose and meaning.   

Therapeutic Approaches

Collaborative Therapy

A strength-based talk therapy in which the therapist and client work together as a team to make progress toward the client's goals and thoughtfully explore life challenges.

Solution-Focused Therapy

A strength-based, short-term talk therapy focused on cultivating solutions and hopes for the present and future, rather than focusing on problem-solving or diving into the past.

Psychodynamic Therapy

An in-depth form of psychotherapy (talk therapy) that examines and analyzes a client's life experiences from past to present to help them find deeper meaning, improve the quality of their mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Emotionally-Focused Couples Therapy

An approach for couples (or individuals) that aims to heal attachment injuries, strengthen the bond between partners and improve overall relationship satisfaction.

Family Systems Therapy

A form of psychotherapy that treats the family as a whole and looks at how individual family members affect their own wellbeing, the wellbeing of the whole family and each other.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

A trauma-informed type of talk therapy that utilizes techniques to reshape thoughts and alter behaviors to help improve the wellbeing of the client.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

A form of talk therapy that helps clients who experience intense emotions. Developed specifically for clients diagnosed with Borderline personality disorder and is very effective for others as well. Four categories of skills taught: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

A type of psychotherapy involving bilateral stimulation (eye movements, tapping or auditory sounds) to reduce or eliminate symptoms of post traumatic stress and improve the client's adaptability. 

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)

A type of non-talk therapy that addresses somatic symptoms of post traumatic stress utilizing bilateral stimulation and visualization techniques.


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