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Our Services

Specializations include:

  • Child and Adolescent (including foster care, adoption, siblings, attachment, behavioral issues, ADHD, and Autism)

  • Couples (including pre-marital, remarriage, marital, infidelity, and general relationship)

  • Family (including blended families, single parenting, separation, mediation, divorce, and co-parenting)

  • Grief and loss

  • Trauma

  • Addictions

  • Identity

  • EMDR

  • Anger

  • Self-harm

  • Play therapy

  • Crisis intervention

  • Sexuality

  • Work-related problems

  • PTSD

  • Organizational development and consultation

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy, also known as counseling or psychotherapy, is a confidential process where a person works one-on-one with a trained mental health professional. The aim is to explore and address various emotional, psychological, or behavioral challenges. Through discussions, insights, and therapeutic techniques, individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves, develop coping strategies, and work towards positive changes in their lives.

Couples Counseling

Couples counseling, or couples therapy, involves a trained therapist working with a couple to address relationship issues and enhance communication. The process provides a safe space for partners to express feelings, identify patterns of interaction, and collaboratively work towards resolving conflicts. The therapist assists in fostering understanding, improving communication skills, and strengthening the overall relationship dynamics.


Couples counseling aims to promote healthier connections and build a foundation for a more fulfilling partnership.

Child and Adolescent Therapy

Child and adolescent therapy is a form of counseling designed to support the emotional and psychological well-being of young individuals. This therapeutic process aims to help children and teenagers navigate various issues such as anxiety, depression, behavioral difficulties, or family dynamics.


Age-appropriate modalities such as play and talk therapy and other expressive methods are often utilized to help younger people feel safe and comfortable in a therapeutic setting. The goal is to provide a supportive environment where individuals can explore and understand their emotions, develop coping skills, and work towards positive growth and resilience.

EMDR and Trauma Therapy

Trauma therapy is a specialized form of counseling focused on helping individuals recover from wounds caused by traumatic experiences. Therapists use various approaches to address the impact of trauma, such as EMDR, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and narrative therapy.


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a specific type of trauma therapy. It involves guided eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation while the individual recalls distressing memories. EMDR has shown effectiveness in treating PTSD, c-PTSD, and other trauma-related issues.

Family Therapy

Family therapy involves working with family members to address and resolve conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen relationships. In family therapy, the focus is on understanding the dynamics within the family system and how each member contributes to it. A trained therapist facilitates discussions, helps identify patterns of interaction, and guides the family towards developing healthier ways of relating to one another. The ultimate goal is to enhance family functioning and create a more supportive and harmonious environment.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of counseling where a small group of individuals with similar concerns or challenges come together under the guidance of a trained therapist. The group dynamic serves as a supportive environment for members to share experiences, gain insights, and receive feedback. Participants can explore their thoughts and emotions, offering mutual understanding and encouragement. Group therapy is effective for addressing a variety of issues, fostering interpersonal skills, and providing a sense of community.

Organizational Consultation

Organizations can benefit from consultation around pressing issues, or more general consultation around organizational development issues. We offer research-based services as well, including needs assessment and program development and evaluation, offering practical recommendations for implementation. 

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