Treatment Approaches

Quality Mental Health Support Designed For You

We get to know you and tailor our treatment approach specifically to your individual and/or your family’s needs. We use the latest in evidence-based practices to make sure that you are receiving innovative and quality mental health support.

Treatment Approaches

We take the time to understand you and customize our therapeutic strategy to suit your personal and/or family requirements. We ensure that you receive top-notch and innovative mental health care.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

A form of psychotherapy that focuses on how a person’s thoughts, beliefs, and attitudes affect their feelings and behaviors.

Psychodynamic Treatment (Talk Therapy)

Talk therapy is what many mental health professionals use to communicate with their clients. The purpose of talk therapy is to help identify issues causing emotional distress.

Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the body’s response to distress. EMDR helps reduce symptoms related to depression, trauma, anxiety, phobias, and other emotional problems. EMDR has a direct effect on the way the brain processes information, releasing emotional experiences that are trapped in the nervous system.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a type of mindful psychotherapy that helps you stay focused on the present moment and accept thoughts and feelings without judgment. ACT aims to help you move forward through the difficult emotions you put your energy into healing instead of dwelling on the negative.

Attachment-Based Dyadic Treatment

Is a form of psychotherapy that was originally created to treat children who experienced emotional trauma because of chronic early mistreatment within the caregiving relationship. The primary goal is to support children in developing the ability to maintain attachment-based relationships with their caregivers.

Existential Treatment

Is a style of psychotherapy that places emphasis on the human condition as a whole. Explores the meaning and purpose of life, the experience of freedom and choice, and search for personal authenticity. This type of therapy is used for people who are struggling with questions of meaning, purpose, and identity.

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Is a therapeutic model and is based on the idea that our inner selves are made up of different parts, each with its own unique perspective, emotions, and behaviors. IFS is used to help individuals who struggle with emotional regulation, self-esteem, and relationship issues.

Dialectical Behavioral Treatment (DBT)

DBT treats personality disorder, mood disorders, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and interpersonal conflicts. It is a type of therapy that aims to help clients understand and accept difficult feelings as well as learn skills to manage them.

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)

Approaches healing from the belief that emotions are strongly linked to identity. The EFT model prioritizes emotions and emotional regulation as the key organizing agents in individual experience and key relationship interactions.

Somatic Approaches

Is a form of body-centered therapy that looks at the connection of mind and body and uses both psychotherapy and physical therapies for holistic healing.

Play Therapy

Play therapy is typically targeted to treat children ages 3-11 years old who have social, emotional, or behavioral difficulties.

Art Therapy

Is used to help clients interpret, express, and resolve their emotions and thoughts. It helps people to use creativity and self-expression to support their mental health.

Mindfulness-Based Treatment

Treatment includes meditation, relaxation, and awareness exercises to help focus on the present moment.

Gender Affirming Care

Designed to support and affirm an individual’s gender identity.

LGBTQ+ Therapy

It helps the client explore gender identity or expression, exploring sexual orientation, thinking of coming out, gender dysphoria, and ways to manage bullying or discrimination of being LGBTQ+.


This type of therapy allows the client to take the lead in sessions, processing, and allows for them to discover their own solutions. The therapist is present in the session to encourage and support the client without interrupting or interfering with process of self-discovery.

Christian Counseling

Type of therapy that integrates talk therapy methodologies with Christian-belief practices by incorporating theological concepts.

Family/Marital Treatment

Focus on working with couples or families with improving communication with one another and resolving conflict. This modality of treatment can teach you skills to deepen family connections and get through stressful times.

Motivational Interviewing

Helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find the internal motivation they need to change behaviors.

Areas of Focus

Our practice consists of over 40 clinicians who are diverse, passionate, trained in various healing arts and modalities, as well as empathetic over each of the clients they see.  Whether you are dealing with life changes like divorce, change of job, hard to adjust after the recent pandemic, or even dealing with chronic illness, we are here to walk this journey with you.   




Prejudice and Discrimination Issues


First Generation Issues


Open Relationships/ Polyamory


Neurodivergent Issues


Veteran and Active Service Member Issues


Acculturation Issues


Parenting and Co-parenting


First Responders


Health Professionals


Mood Disorders






Personality Disorders


Family Conflict


Couple’s Counseling




Oppositional-Defiance Disorder


School Issues


Perinatal and/or Post-Partum Mental Health Issues


Racial Identity


Burnout and Professional Development


Racial Discrimination


Social Anxiety


Spirituality and Religious


Anger Management


End of Life Issues


Women’s Issues


Work Stress


Eating Disorders



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