Group Therapy

Group Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that consists of a facilitator and a group of individuals seeking support to process a common issue. Such groups also offer psycho-education as a means to provide information to those seeking understanding¬†and ways to move forward towards healing. Specialties: Trauma Substance Abuse Grief HIV Support & Resources Cancer… Continue reading Group Therapy

Family Therapy

Family therapy is a collaborative process that helps the family system understand and improve the way they communicate and interact with each other to resolve conflicts together. The family can be a source of support and comfort, and at times, the family can be a source of stress and pain. This type of therapy strengthens… Continue reading Family Therapy

Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy is a type of psychotherapy that helps couples of all kinds identify and address communicative and relational conflicts within their relationship. The goal of couple‚Äôs therapy is to help couples gain a better understanding of their presenting concerns to promote change. A series of activities and compatibility screenings will be used to identify… Continue reading Couples Therapy

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a collaborative process between the therapist and the individual aimed to address a wide variety of concerns. Such concerns could include coping with significant life challenges, trauma, addictions, anxiety, or to achieve personal growth and clarity. Many individuals find pleasure in the therapeutic process of becoming self-aware about their presenting concerns and… Continue reading Individual Therapy