Individual counseling, also often referred to as psychotherapy, is the process of working one-on-one with a mental health clinician to improve one's overall mental health and well-being. By utilizing modalities such as CBT, DBT, and ACT, clients will learn to uncover what is causing them distress, create a plan to address those issues, and work toward putting that plan into action.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) helps individuals uncover their upsetting thoughts and determine how representative those thoughts are. CBT is a structured and present-focused treatment modality, which can allow for healing to take place more quickly.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) helps individuals learn how to embrace what is out of their control and instead focus on taking actions to improve mental well-being.
CBT-I (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia) is a therapy that aims to improve sleep by addressing and changing negative thoughts, behaviors, and habits related to insomnia.
Couples counseling, or relationship counseling, can often be helpful for those who are in a committed relationship or simply looking to gain a better understanding of their current roommate, friend, or other partner. Couples counseling can also include premarital counseling, family planning, co-parenting support, coping with infidelity, intimacy struggles, communication challenges, or life transitions, in general.
By utilizing The Gottman Method of Couples Therapy, couples counseling sessions will be tailored to each couples' needs in order to help them meet their goals.
The Gottman Method of Couples Therapy is separated into two parts, an Assessment phase and an Intervention phase. This method evaluates your connection with your partner in order to pinpoint specific areas for intervention during our therapeutic work together.
50-minute sessions: $220
90-minute sessions: $300
Family therapy is a form of counseling that works with a family unit to help in fostering positive change and development. Family therapy can often aid members in improving communication and resolving conflicts.
By using various evidence-based treatment modalities, family therapy can assist in improving functioning and understanding of the entire family unit.
*You are feeling stuck
*You are hoping to learn tools and coping skills in order to feel better
*You are ready to learn more about yourself
*You want to have more fulfilling relationships
*You are ready to put the work in to see some real change
What we think and do affects the way we feel. Together we can work toward improving your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Contact me today to discuss your concerns and see how I can best help you reach your goals.