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What we do best

HER highly qualified and trained therapist offers a variety of psychotherapy treatments for all including:

(CBT) Cognitive behavioral therapy - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a short-term, problem-focused form of behavioral treatment that helps people see the difference between beliefs, thoughts, and feelings, and free them from unhelpful patterns of behavior. CBT is grounded in the belief that it is a person’s perception of events – rather than the events themselves – that determines how he or she will feel and act in response.

(DBT) Dialectical behavior therapy - Do you feel your mind is being pulled in a hundred different directions at once? Do you have a hard time handling some of your emotions, and does this cause any problems in your relationships? DBT offers individuals comprehensive skills to manage painful memories and emotions and decrease conflicts in their relationships.

Exposure therapy - is an approach to behavioral therapy helps individuals safely face both situations and memories that they find frightening so that they can learn to cope with them effectively. Exposure therapy can be particularly helpful for flashbacks and nightmares. One approach uses virtual reality programs that allow individuals to re-enter the setting in which they experienced trauma.

(EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - is an approach that is used for trauma therapy. EMDR therapy is a set of steps that brings in elements from other approaches. EMDR therapy can be used to treat the effects of trauma. This also includes symptoms of PTSD, dissociation, depression, and anxiety. 

Feminist therapy is an integrative approach to psychotherapy that focuses on gender and the particular challenges and stressors that women face as a result of bias, stereotyping, oppression, discrimination, and other factors that threaten their mental health.

(IFS) Internal Family Systems - looks at our thoughts, emotions, beliefs, behaviors, and even physical sensations at times as separate “parts” of who we are. Often times these “parts” are what lead us to seek therapy in the first place (the part of us that struggles to control our anger, the part of us that fears intimate relationships, the part of us that feels depressed or anxious, the part of us that can’t stop engaging in unhealthy habits).

Multicultural therapy addresses the concerns of those whose race, ethnicity, religion, gender identification, income, disability, or other social factor falls outside of the majority. Issues that arise for minority groups, such as oppression, racism, and marginalization, are relevant and recognized. The therapist is more culturally aware, and there is more emphasis on individualism than in some traditional therapy settings that take a more universal approach. Multicultural therapy is a form of talk therapy, but it may be combined with therapies that involve other activities, such as art or music, if these interventions can help clients communicate better.

(PCIT) Parent-Child Interaction therapy is a combination of play therapy and behavioral therapy for young children and their parents or caregivers. The adults learn and practice new skills and techniques for relating to children with emotional or behavior problems, communication issues, educational issues, or mental health disorders.

Play therapy - refers to a large number of treatment methods, all applying the therapeutic benefits of play. Play therapy helps children to address and resolve their own problems, and builds on the natural way that children learn about themselves and their relationships in the world around them.

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