Individual Counseling - Individual counseling involves one-on-one meetings with a trained therapist for personalized support. Individual counseling can be helpful in addressing a number of personal concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, parenting concerns, and academic or work-related problems.
Couples Counseling - Couples counseling provides an opportunity to work through challenges that develop throughout the course of relationships. These challenges may include communication, conflict resolution, and relationship satisfaction.
Family Counseling - Family counseling provides an opportunity to address concerns within the family system, including parenting, sibling conflict, transitions with the blending of families, and other transitions that impact the family's communication and structure.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Group Therapy for Adolescents - The DBT Skills Training Group meets weekly and provides an opportunity for teenagers (ages 13-18) and their families to learn a variety of skills to counter emotional dysregulation and behavioral concerns. These skill modules include mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and walking the middle path.