Individual, Couple, and Family Therapy
Psychotherapy is a collaboration between you and your therapist to identify current difficulties and decide how to move forward to make changes for a happier, healthier life. Our relationships are often the source of our greatest joys as well as our most devastating hurts. Come in alone or together to start making positive changes. We can help you react calmly, listen carefully, and respond with confidence. We can help sort things out, settle things down and support lasting changes. We can help increase joy, connection, and independence in your relationships.
INDIVIDUAL THERAPY A form of psychological treatment that involves therapeutic conversations and interactions between a therapist and an individual. It can help children and families understand and resolve problems, modify behavior, and make positive changes in their lives.
FAMILY THERAPY Focuses on helping the family function in more positive and constructive ways by exploring patterns of communication and providing support and education. Family therapy sessions can include the child or adolescent along with parents, siblings, and other important caregivers.
COUPLES THERAPY A specific type of family therapy that focuses on a couple’s communication and interactions (e.g. parents having marital problems) in order to increase intimacy, and build a stronger, more supportive connection between the couple.