TYPES OF THERAPY

How we help

There are issues we treat and then there are the ways we treat them (types of therapy). Here you will find the healing solutions we offer. This will range from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and EDMR to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and The Gottman Method for Couples Counseling. Some therapies were developed to effectively treat specific mental health concerns. Learn more below. 

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How We Help

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, also known as ACT, is a mindfulness-based counseling approach used to help individuals maximize their potenti…

Behavioral Therapy For Children

Are you finding it difficult to manage your child’s behavior? We can give you and your family the skills you need to cope and create harmony.

Brainspotting Trauma Therapy

Is something holding you back? Do you have traumatic experiences or relationships that have not fully healed? Brainspotting therapy can help you…

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Feeling anxious or depressed? Increase your sense of well-being and get back on track. Learn new strategies to feel better and improve your life…

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT therapy supports healthy emotional regulation and effective interpersonal skills.

EMDR Therapy

Finally, get unstuck from your past. EDMR therapy is a powerful treatment approach used by a trained trauma therapist that can help you break fr…

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)

Emotionally Focused Therapy helps individuals, couples and families overcome mental and emotional roadblocks, find relief from distressing emoti…

Exposure Therapy

Do you feel crippled by fears and anxieties? Exposure therapy can help you overcome OCD, worries, phobias, and fears.

Gottman Method Couples Therapy

What Is The Gottman Method? The Gottman Method Became A Gold Standard For Couples Counseling. A roadmap exists for your relationship.

Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy

Internal Family Systems therapy teaches you to listen to yourself with compassion, accept the different parts of yourself and cope effectively w…

Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness therapy can help you reduce stress, cope with negative thoughts, regulate your emotional response, and treat yourself with more comp…

Multicultural Counseling

Your ethnicity, race, and cultural context are important components of who you are.

Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy helps you access your strengths, skills, and resources to cultivate self-compassion, confidence, and courage in the face of li…

Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback therapy is used to optimize performance and enhance wellbeing, one brainwave at a time.

Play Therapy for Children

Play therapy creates a safe environment and allows for kids to open up and explore what they need to work on.

Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)

SSP helps you or your child to regulate their nervous system, reduce sound sensitivity, and increase social engagement.

Solution Focused Therapy (SFT)

Solution focused brief therapy is a process that helps people change current situations by constructing solutions rather than dwelling on proble…

Somatic and Body Oriented Therapy

Somatic Therapy & Somatic Experiencing is a body-oriented therapy used to treat the body’s response to trauma and stress.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Do you struggle with symptoms of post-traumatic stress? TF-CBT is a therapy designed to help children, teens, and adults impacted by trauma.

Work-Life Balance Coaching

We know it can be extremely difficult to juggle life and work responsibilities. If you’re feeling overwhelmed, let us help you create a plan and…

What Clients Say After Therapy

Incredible for our Family

Our therapist has been incredible for our family. We started seeing her as my son was preparing to leave for college. She helped us with his anxieties, the way they were playing out as well as overall stress on the family that has been present throughout high school. My son and I were able to communicate and have an appreciation for each other's perspectives and have him leave on a good note. Now that my son has gone to college, I plan to continue seeing her to live in my new role of parenting from afar and also prepare for his return over the holidays.

JM

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