Individual Therapy (accepts insurance and private pay)
A 45-60 minute session where you are able to work in a safe and confidential environment on personal areas of concern. Timelines for treatment at times can be established based on the type of intervention used but should be used as a guideline and not a rule of thumb for length of stay.
All child and adolescent clients must have a family member available at appointments, and one family session a month is recommended. If you would prefer to do family therapy, elsewhere, that is also acceptable but the once a month recommendation remains. Children and adolescents are defined as anyone under the age of 18.
At times, individuals may be recommended for adjunctive therapy, and referrals will be provided.
Common interventions- cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), components of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), components of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), integrated interventions (a combination of several theoretical frameworks tailored to provide you skills)
Couples Therapy (accepts insurance and private pay)
A 50-55 minute session where you and your partner(s) (LGBTQIA+ affirming) can work on developing the skills to improve your relationship, decide whether or not to continue the relationship, or add additional supports to increase the resiliency of your relationship.
Sex therapy is provided by request and at the consent of both/all partners. To be clear, sex therapy works with a couple/partner group on addressing any issues related to intimacy; actual sex is not part of the therapy (just putting it out there).
At times, individuals within the therapy may be recommended for adjunctive therapy, and referrals will be provided.
Common interventions- emotions focused couples therapy (EFT), systems therapy
Family Therapy (accepts insurance and private pay)
A 50-60 minute session where a family (however you define it for you) comes together to work on addressing dynamics that are impacting functioning.
Sessions are very structured (due to having multiple people participating and in order to ensure forward progress).
Specialized family therapy targeted at specific disorders are available upon request. This includes therapy aligned with the most recent research interventions.
All child and adolescent clients must have a family member available at appointments, and one family session a month is recommended. If you would prefer to do family therapy, elsewhere, that is also acceptable but the once a month recommendation remains.
At times, individuals within the family system may be recommended for adjunctive therapy, and referrals will be provided.
Common interventions- emotions focused family therapy (EFT), systems family therapy, disorder specific evidence-based interventions
Group Therapy (accepts insurance and private pay)
Motivation to Change Group (6 of 6 spots available)
Follows a protocol using a mix of motivational interviewing interventions as well as cognitive and behavioral interventions
Hoarding/Collectors Group (6 of 6 spots available)
Follows a protocol using cognitive and behavioral interventions
Groups are 75-90 minutes. Groups are structured interventions that follow a planned treatment protocol. Group members are expected to commit to all group sessions in order to provide the most continuity of care.
What is a protocol? It is just a structured plan for how to address a particular concern.
Extended Intensive Interventions (private pay only)
90-120 minute sessions that can be for individuals, couples, or families. Interventions are specifically tailored to the needs of the participants and provide the opportunity for experiential interventions.
Intensive interventions are ideal for clients struggling to make changes outside of more traditional sessions and can provide hands-on interventions (i.e. OCD treatment of extended exposures).
Intensive interventions are also useful for families in crisis or in periods of significant conflict as it provides more time to address concerns and develop effective interventions. They are highly recommended for high conflict families or parents experiencing divorce. If using an intensive intervention to manage a divorce, additional expectations are outlined explicitly, and all parties must agree to the interventions prior to beginning the therapeutic process.
All interventions will be an integrated and custom-tailored approach to address your particular needs