Participate in individual counseling on a one-to-one basis with one of our staff therapists. Your therapist can help you identify treatment goals and provide psychotherapy to help you improve your relationships, functioning, and emotion well-being. Individual sessions typically last about 50 minutes per session.
Work with one of our staff therapists to help you and your significant other overcome difficulties that may be affecting your relationship as a couple. Our clinic welcomes couples of all sexual orientations.
Our clinic offers families an opportunity to attend counseling as a group. Family therapy is often beneficial when family members are affected by difficulties such as marital issues, family conflict, behavioral problems, parenting problems, or other cross-generational issues.
Child & Adolescent Therapy
Children and adolescents can benefit from specialized treatment interventions that are often useful for this age group. Treatment may consist of traditional counseling, behavioral modification, play therapy, and art therapy. Parental participation is often encouraged and may be an essential component of treatment.
Throughout the year, our clinic offers people the opportunity to participate in group counseling. Many people often find it helpful to participate in a group therapy because of the additional support they receive from other group members. Others also benefit from the opportunity to learn from the experiences of other group members who may be experiencing similar difficulties. For a list of current groups available, click here.
Consult with one of our psychiatrists or nurse practitioners to discuss whether medication might be an appropriate treatment option for you. Our psychiatrists will be happy to discuss medication options and answer any questions you may have. People who participate in counseling are also eligible to consult with a psychiatrist and take medication as part of their treatment.
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Areas Of Specialty
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Gay / Lesbian Issues
Racial / Ethnic Acculturation Issues
Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder