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Therapies

OUR Therapies INCLUDE:

EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a method by which clinicians are able to interrupt and modify emotional reactions, using bilateral brain stimulation… read more.

Psychotherapy – In addition to gaining a realistic perception about oneself, psychotherapy helps people identify the patterns and decisions that interfere with healthy relationships and success… read more.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – Sometimes thought of as a “bad habit breaking therapy,” CBT is used for everything from nail biting to eating disorders and substance abuse… read more.

Parent Consulting – Consulting with a professional is a great way to address questions and concerns you have about your kids, or to validate the decisions you make as a parent… read more.

Couples Counseling – Being a couple is a shared experience, as well as the combination of two people’s individual experiences. It is important to examine both the positive elements, as well as the dynamics that interfere… read more.

Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) is all about putting emotions as center stage in the therapeutic process. It is about expanding and restructuring key emotional responses. EFT is about creating secure bonds… read more.

Play Therapy – Play therapy is a powerful tool for addressing cognitive, behavioral and emotional challenges. Play therapy works by empowering a child to express himself in an organic, open way… read more.

Sand Therapy – Sand Therapy, also referred to as sandplay, is a tangible medium that permits people to express themselves without words… read more.

Family Therapy – Through this type of session work, families can improve boundaries and communication, help members feel better understood, and become better connected… read more.

Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a psychotherapeutic paradigm based on the premise that the mind is a collection of different parts, each trying to maintain the individual’s well-being. Each part uses a method based on a subjective view of the individual. When parts are in conflict, dysfunction emerges… read more.

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