ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING? WE SPECIALIZE IN TREATING:
- Anxiety or Stress or Panic - Anger/Emotional Regulation
- Depression or Sadness - Problems at Work or School
- Relationship/Communication Issues - Family Conflict or difficulties
- Grief/Loss - Poor Coping Skills/Mood swings
- ADHD - PTSD or Trauma
- Transgender/LGBTQI/Polyamorous - Poor Communication Skills
Some of the Many Therapy Techniques Used:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Mindfulness
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) focuses on exploring the connection between a person's thoughts, feelings and behaviors. A CBT therapist actively works with clients to uncover and change unhealthy patterns of thought and to understand how thoughts influence feelings and behaviors.
Mindfulness is the practice of bringing one's attention to the internal and external experiences occurring in the present moment. This can be developed through the practice of meditation, breathing, and other relaxation techniques. Using a Wise Mind and creating balance is a key concept. Forgiveness, compassion, and letting go of negative energy only benefits spirit and soul.
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) is about becoming aware of one's feelings and thoughts, accepting them logically and factually, and committing to either let go negativity and/or problem solve.
Family Systems Therapy
Solution Focused Brief Therapy
Solution focused Brief therapy (SFBT) is a goal-directed collaborative approach to psychotherapeutic change. It is based upon social constructionist thinking and philosophy that addresses what clients want to achieve by exploring the history and provenance of problem(s). SFBT therapy sessions typically focus on the present and future, focusing on the past only to the degree necessary for communicating and accurate understanding of the client's concerns. The theory in practice creates a judgement-free zone for clients to explore positive results that are problem free and why. Problem-free talk can be useful for uncovering hidden resources, to help the person relax, or become more naturally pro-active. The idea is to support clients to identify and attend to their own internal competencies, skills and resources; as well as their immediate support systems and supportive social networks.