We recognize the fact that each person, every couple, and all families are different requiring a customized model of counseling. Our counselors come from a wide variety of disciplines. We have professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, clinical social workers and an advanced practice registered nurse on staff. All our counselors are state licensed and have practiced for over ten years. They are all familiar with ethical and cultural issues that impact the counseling relationship. Some of the treatment modalities used by our therapists are listed below. (click on the modality for its description)
Art and Play therapy is a non-threatening treatment that allows children to express their thoughts and feelings in ways best suited to their developmental level.
Through Parent Coaching, we train and empower parents to manage challenges, shift behaviors, correct family dynamics and achieve their parenting goals.
Referred to as CBT, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses on how your thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes affect your feelings and behavior.
Through the use of Family Systems Therapy, we can help individuals resolve problems in the context of the family by enabling them to understand differentiation, triangulation, generational issues and other behavioral patterns.
Through Trauma Focused Therapy, our counselors assist individuals to develop skills designed help them cope with emotions, memories, and behaviors that are tied to trauma.
Exposure Therapy is used with patients experiencing OCD or other phobias. Through the use of systematic techniques, a person is gradually exposed to the source of his/her anxiety in a safe environment.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is treatment designed to help people regulate their emotions and thoughts by learning about triggers that lead to emotional reactivity.
The Attachment-based Therapy treatment is based on the four attachment styles and how they relate to one’s current relationships.
Solution-focused Therapy is a goal-oriented treatment that focuses on a person’s present and future goals rather than on past experiences.
Emotionally Focused Therapy is designed specifically for Couples. This is a treatment that helps to shift a couple’s interactional patterns in order to foster greater bonding and more expanded emotional responses.
Widely known as EMDR, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a mode of therapy that uses eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation to assist clients in processing distressing memories and beliefs.