Psychotherapy is an integral part of our practice and we believe in using scientifically proven methods that are tailored to your personal needs. Please see below for information about some of the specialties our psychologists provide.
Anxiety can be so overwhelming that it can affect your whole life, affecting your relationships, your work or school and your sense of well-being. If you have panic attacks, social anxiety, phobia or you feel nervous, tense, stressed out or worried a lot of the time, read more about anxiety treatment and how therapy with an experienced anxiety therapist can help.
If you’ve had an intense emotional reaction to something you’ve experienced, you might be suffering from trauma. If you have nightmares, intrusive memories, anxiety, trouble focusing, feel isolated, or other symptoms associated with traumatic or stressful life events, therapy with an experienced trauma specialist can help. If you suffer from any of these symptoms or are struggling with a traumatic event, read our blog post, “How to Identify Trauma and What You Can Do.”
Depression can be an all-consuming, lonely experience. It can make you feel like there is no escape from pain and sadness. If you feel completely helpless and hopeless, read more about depression therapy and how an experienced therapist can help. With the support and guidance of an experienced and compassionate therapist, you can begin to better understand your depression, increase confidence and self-awareness and mitigate and manage the symptoms that are keeping you down, stuck and sad.
Most adults will experience something challenging that the need help dealing with at some point in their life. Whether you’re suffering from anxiety, trauma or depression, you’re going through a difficult transition or life’s stresses have simply added up enough that you’re having trouble managing them, therapy can help. Most of our adult clients are generally high functioning people who need some support, coping tools or resources to help them get back on track or to help them an achieve an even higher level of happiness and satisfaction in life. Click here to learn more about adult counseling and how therapy can help you.
Young adulthood can be a very stressful time and most people struggle a bit in one way or another. This part of life is filled with transitions, new and challenging responsibilities, and solidifying who you are as an individual and in the world. This is also a very empowering time in life and it’s when many people first start to realize how important it is to take charge of their own well-being and sense of satisfaction, confidence and happiness in life. Read more about young adult counseling and how an experienced therapist can help you navigate new challenges.
If there is any test of a parent’s love, patience or level of compassion, it’s the teenage years. The sweet, affectionate child you raised is suddenly moody, acting out and melodramatic. Teen counseling sessions can help your teen get clarification about his or her values and how to focus on more healthy, productive ways of being. And as a parent, you can learn how to rebuild trust and connection with your teen. We offer a solution-based approach in our therapy practice, not just talk therapy. Read more about how teen counseling can help your teen survive adolescence and build the skills needed to enter adulthood.
One in five children suffer from a mental health or learning disorder and 80 percent of chronic mental health disorders begin in childhood. Some children are predisposed to anxiety or depression because of genetics and brain chemistry. If your child isn’t having fun or feeling happy, or if he or she is struggling in school and/or relationships, then it’s likely time to seek help. Early intervention can be key to a child’s long-term well-being. With the help of a qualified child therapist, your son or daughter can discover his or her strengths, get in touch with emotions and develop the self-care skills needed to foster calm and confidence throughout his or her life. Read more about counseling for children may help your family.
Group psychotherapy is often done in addition to individual therapy, but in some cases, our providers may recommend group therapy over individual therapy, depending on the nature of your goals and concerns. Group therapy sessions are led by one of our specialized therapists in groups of six to right diverse people who meet to share, learn and provide support. Each group will have a specific focus and may be more or less structured depending on the topic and the nature of the group.Group therapy might initially sound intimidating, but research has shown that that group therapy is a rewarding and beneficial practice, providing a network of support and aiding recovery. Read more about the advantages of a group therapy format.