How We Help
Our skilled therapists are trained in a range of methods to help you feel your best.
During your intake process, we’ll listen to what’s been bothering you and connect you to a therapist who is best suited to help. (In other words, we promise you don’t need to memorize any of the acronyms below.)
If you’re looking for a specific approach to therapy, these are some of the areas we specialize in:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT often helps adults and children with challenges like anxiety, depression, anger, grief, post-traumatic stress disorder, and more. This approach helps you identify negative thought patterns, so you can see your life more accurately and make the changes you seek.
For a child or teen who has experienced trauma, TF-CBT helps improve the emotional and behavioral symptoms they may be facing. This approach can also support parents and caregivers after a child’s traumatic experience.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
This approach helps you gain skills to regulate your emotions and cope with life’s pains and stresses. If you’re struggling with self-harm or chronic thoughts of suicide, DBT can be a powerful support.
This body-based approach helps you treat symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder by changing how the memory is stored in the brain. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
For anxiety, ADHD, sleep disturbances, trauma, and stress, mindfulness therapies have been shown to provide relief. With small daily exercises, this approach trains you to be in the here and now — and literally changes your brain over time.
For our young clients, structured play alongside a therapist helps them to explore emotions, address challenging behaviors, and support their growth and development.
This approach is tailored to help you overcome or better understand something that’s going on in your intimate life. The therapist will provide supportive listening, knowledge-sharing, and at-home exercises to help you feel more empowered and fulfilled.