Our team provides diagnostic assessments and psychiatric evaluations in conjunction with treatment plans on each individual case to employ a variety of therapeutic techniques which may include cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, individual therapy, group therapy, motivational interviewing, and other evidence-based therapeutic approaches.
Our therapists use multiple proven therapies to help treat all psychological issues which include anxiety, depression, trauma, and compulsive behaviors. Clients can also participate in family or group sessions to supplement their individual work.
Family therapy is another therapeutic method that can lead to reduced conflict in a family and lead to a healthier and more sustainable life for the family of a client in treatment.
Group therapy is a powerful therapeutic tool that can help people develop the skills needed to change negative social and thought patterns. Working in a group format can reduce feelings of isolation, increase optimism and help people learn new interpersonal and relationship skills.
Motivational interviewing is a therapy that focuses on the ambivalence that people have about making changes in their behaviors and in their lives. In this approach the therapist guides the client to discover new motivation to begin the process of change. In addition, the client will learn how to plan for the process of change and how to deal with the obstacles that will arise.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT) is a therapeutic method that is helpful in treating a wide range of problems which include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, alcohol and drug use disorders. Research has demonstrated that CBT has shown reliable results in improvement in both functioning and quality of life. Here the therapist helps the client examine their thought process and together therapist and client identify which thinking processes are causing problems.