Emotional/Behavioral Issues: Depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, post traumatic stress, unhealthy anger, relationship conflict, general life transitions, recovery from addiction
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) A solution-oriented form of talk therapy that looks to help you modify and understand emotions, behaviors, and thoughts that are counterproductive, self-destructive and unhealthy. CBT focuses on present circumstance and emotions in real time.
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Combines CBT with mindfulness, breathing exercises and meditation practices.
Psychodynamic Therapy Form of talk therapy focused on the patient’s relationship with his or her external world. Helps the patient understand how repressed and unconscious emotions affect current decision-making, behavior, and relationships.
Individual therapy One-on-one collaborative approach to help you identify goals and potential solutions to address emotional distress. Working to improve communication, , coping skills, improve self-esteem and assist with behavioral changes. Session range from 30-55 minutes in length.