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At our Practice

you will be supported by 
a dedicated team of compassionate and caring
therapists. We are a trauma-informed, community-based practice that only uses evidence and research-based treatment modalities for depression,  anxiety, trauma/PTSD, and other life challenges and transitions. All are welcome.

Children/Adolescent Therapy

Our specialists offer psychotherapy services for children and adolescents. We understand the unique challenges that young minds face, and focus on providing a safe and nurturing environment for emotional exploration and growth. Utilizing evidence-based practices such as play, sand tray, creative therapy, and others, we tailor our approach to align with the specific needs of each child or adolescent, fostering resilience and equipping them with essential coping skills. Our commitment extends beyond treatment; we strive to empower young individuals to navigate life's complexities with confidence.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is the most popular form of therapy in which the client is treated on a one-on-one basis with a therapist. Individual therapy may encompass many different treatment styles including CBT, DBT, Gestalt, narrative, psychodynamic, mind-body, sensorimotor, among other modalities catered to your specific needs.

Trauma-informed Therapy

Our clinicians are Certified Complex Trauma Professionals certified in specific trauma treatment modalities. We believe that #traumaistrauma highlights each individual's autonomy to decide which event, time, or transition has been anchored as a traumatic experience—loss of a job, or the end of a relationship, global pandemic, or childhood events. We are here to heal and process it all.

Marital/Couples Therapy

All relationships face difficult periods- the normal ups and downs that come with being in a close relationship. Couples therapy strives to improve romantic relationships and resolve interpersonal conflicts.

Family Therapy

Sometimes families notice the need to shift and restructure the way they interact with each other. Therapists work to help a family clarify roles and expectations, set healthy boundaries, and improve communication even in the midst of conflict.