These are some of the questions that our patients ask:
- How do I get my needs met in my relationships?
- Will I ever feel comfortable with my body?
- Can I feel safe again after a traumatic experience?
- How do I adjust to retirement?
- Are my teenager’s mood swings normal?
- How do I manage my toddler’s tantrums?
- What kind of job will make me happy?
- How do I co-parent after my divorce?
- Can I find meaning again after losing a loved one?
- Am I alone in my struggle with infertility?
- Depression and Mood Disorders
- Anxiety and Stress
- Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Life Transitions
- Grief and Loss
- Postpartum Adjustment
- Navigating Young Adulthood
- Building Healthy Relationships
- LGBTQ Concerns
- Couples Therapy
Child, Adolescent, and Family Therapy
- Childhood ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
- Grief and Loss
- Adjustment Difficulties
- Peer Difficulties
- School Concerns
- Effective Parenting Skills
- Strengthening Parent- Child and Sibling Relationships
- Divorce and Blended Families
Our psychologists are trained in the following treatment approaches:
Insight-oriented psychotherapy is a traditional talk therapy that focuses on exploring how past experiences continue to affect present relationships, choices, and behaviors. Increased insight into these relationship patterns can be a catalyst for making positive life changes.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a short-term, goal-oriented therapy based on the belief that negative thinking patterns lead to negative behaviors and emotions. By developing more adaptive thinking patterns and problem-solving skills, people can improve their mood.
Family Systems Therapy
Family systems therapy is based on the idea that the family is an emotional unit. Individuals cannot be fully understood in isolation from their family system. Family members learn to better understand their roles within the family and how their relationships impact each other. Gaining insight and making changes improves the emotional well-being of the family as a whole.
Our psychologists also have advanced training in several specialty treatments.
For more information on these specific treatments, click on the links below:
Our psychologists also have advanced training in several specialty treatments. For more information on these specific treatments, click on the links below: