Our Services
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Individual Therapy

Majority of people who seek therapy are looking for a one-on-one service. We offer individual therapy for children, teens and young adults. Our licensed clinical therapists strive to provide you with a safe, caring and validating environment to explore feelings, beliefs, coping patterns and behaviors. 

We take a collaborative approach to help you better understand yourself, set goals and work towards personal growth and greater self knowledge. You will leave feeling empowered and enabled as we provide the right tools and support as you work towards transcending your mind.

 
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We offer family therapy to help individuals improve communication, resolve conflict and process stressful family transitions such as divorce. 

 

Together, we deepen family connections by problem solving and teaching you how to express thoughts and emotions productively. 

Family Therapy
 
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Busy with life and can't make it to our office? No problem! Virtual teletherapy allows individuals convenient and easy access to our clinicians. Teletherapy gives us the opportunity to offer our services to you anytime, anywhere.

Research shows that teletherapy can be as effective as face to face psychotherapy. Some of the benefits of teletherapy include: flexibility with scheduling, saving time commuting and enhancing vulnerability to those of you who may feel more comfortable in a familar setting. 

Teletherapy
 
Diagnostic Assessment
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A Diagnostic Assessment is a comprehensive, biopsychosocial assessment that includes clinical evaluation of an individual's general physical, mental, social, developmental, and family history. This framework emphasizes the importance of  biological, psychological and sociocultural factors on human development and mental health functioning. The information we gather during the assessment helps us to determine an individual's behavioral health needs and recommend appropriate services.

Some individuals with mental health conditions may experience relief and validation after receiving a diagnosis, others may experience fear and anger that they have an illness. While we focus on symptoms and not labels to improve your quality of life there can be some benefits for having a name for the things that are bothering you such as: a tool for your primary care physician, receiving medical care, medication referral, evaluating future health risks, disability support, job protection (FMLA), access to additional services, and school support (IEP, 504 plans).

Labeling your symptoms doesn't relieve them but it is a step forward in the process of getting effective treatment to reduce or eliminating them.

 
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Corporate Wellness

Recently, the World Health Organization has classified workplace burnout as an official medical diagnosis. According to the International Classification of Diseases symptoms include: a feeling of energy depletion or exhaustion, increased mental distance from one's job, feelings of negativism or cynicism related to the job and reduced professional efficacy. 

Chronic workplace stress is being referred to as an "epidemic" due to the serious implications if symptoms go unmanaged. Not only does burnout lead to disengaged employees that impacts productivity, it can also be responsible for high employee turnover. It is critical for employers to take preventative measures to promote mental health well-being in the workplace and address these issues pragmatically. 

 

Our corporate wellness program partners with your business to educate employees on mental health topics, guides on how to avoid burnout and the importance of self care in the workplace. When employers prioritize mental health and incorporate self care employees will be healthier and happier, feel supported, increase productivity, deliver better service to customers and clients, display more loyalty to the organization and avoid absenteeism. 

Invest in the health and well-being of your employees by staying attuned to their needs and putting your people first. Let us come to you!

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Professional Consultation

Too often clinicians do not get the support they need. As therapists, it is imperative that we seek help in order to do the best for our clients and our profession. Consultation is a collaborative approach that allows us to discuss our experiences, process difficult or challenging situations, talk through issues related to countertransference, receive feedback on complex trauma cases, and learn new clinical techniques and interventions. 

 

We offer both individualized and group consultation services for mental health professionals and trainees. Make consultation a part of your self-care and contact us today to learn more!