Counseling / Therapy

Counseling/Therapy Services

Combining evidence-based practices to bring you the most effective counseling.

Our therapists use an eclectic blend of therapy methods and evidenced-based interventions backed by research to ensure you are receiving the best care.

Common Psychotherapy Practices

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  • Mindfulness Practices
  • Art Therapy

One of many psychotherapy practices that involve challenging negative thinking by increasing self-awareness. Focusing on thoughts and feelings using a goal-oriented approach. 

Utilized in addressing:
Depression, anxiety, phobias, PTSD, eating disorders, OCD, bipolar disorder, and other mental health issues. 

Often used as an alternative to those who have had small improvement with other models. DBT focuses on problem solving and acceptance-based strategies using a structured approach.

Utilized in addressing:
Largely used with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Research shows success in treating depression, bulimia, binge-eating, bipolar, PTSD, and substance abuse.

A practice that directs energy to our thoughts, feelings, environment, and body sensations to develop a deeper understanding of ourselves and others. Together with self-compassion, mindfulness allows us to fully enjoy the present.

Utilized in addressing:
Anxiety, depression, self-esteem deficits, chronic ailments, stress, and other mental health issues. 

Art Therapy involves the use of visual art processes (drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, photography and mixed media) to promote growth and healing.   The process is grounded in traditional psychotherapy and can be used with a wide range of clients.

Utilized in addressing:
Depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, caregivers, chronic medical conditions, dementia/Alzheimer's patients, chronic pain

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