Who We Work With
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses on underlying maladaptive thought patterns and the way
they influence our beliefs and behavior. Therapy tends to be problem focused and goal-directed.
Behavioral Therapy is a present based therapy that uses functional analysis to focus on
replacing unhealthy reactions and self-destructive behaviors with healthier ones.
Interpersonal Therapy works to improve people’s communication patterns and how they relate
to each other by helping the patient identify their past emotions, where they are coming from
and how they affect current mood and behavior.
Internal Family Systems Therapy aims to work with the multiplicity of the mind and help the
client discover and differentiate their true core “Self” from which they can help resolve their
difficult thoughts and feelings and help heal the many parts of the mind that get in their way
Humanistic-Existential Psychotherapy focuses on improving a clients self awareness and
personal growth by examining past, present and future experience. It emphasizes “free will,” the
ability to make choices that are not dictated by heredity or past conditioning in order to find our
own unique meaning in life.
Psychodynamic Therapy is used to improve a clients self awareness by thoroughly exploring
their past dysfunctional relationships and its unconscious influence on their present feelings and
behavior in present day life
Brief Therapy focuses on a specific present day problem and works on creating direct
interventions to help create direct resolution.
Client Centered Therapy is a non-directive approach to therapy where the client sets the content
and the pace of the therapy sessions while the therapist helps them explore and understand
their feelings for themselves.
Couples Counseling helps couples and partners to resolve their differences and improve their
overall ability to relate to one another.
Family Systems Therapy works with families to resolve dysfunctional patterns and nurture
change in order to improve overall emotional health of the familial unit.
Multicultural Counseling is often used to help the client deal with a multitude of cross-cultural
issues that arise between differences of values, lifestyle and beliefs of two or more cultures.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing uses a specific set of treatment protocols in
order to help a client reprocess past, present and future trauma and distress.
Life Coaching uses a form of instruction and motivation in order to help the client set and
achieve a specific set of goals and improve overall growth and development.
Enhances awareness of feelings, thoughts and behaviors as they occur, while emphasizing
acceptance of individual experiences
For those who find it difficult to travel due to illness and or disability, as well as those located in
geographical areas that make it difficult to do so, our Therapists offer online psychotherapy
services via high-resolution, live video conferencing.