Psychotherapy services can be delivered via a variety of methods:

  • Individual Psychotherapy
  • Group Psychotherapy (usually groups of 8 or less)
  • Family Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Jungian Sand Tray and Art Therapy
Effective psychotherapy begins after a comprehensive history and evaluation, and treatment “targets” and goals are established.

An unlimited number of issues can be addressed in psychotherapy.

Some examples are:

  • Trauma experienced in the past or being experienced in the present
  • Alleviation of clinical depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflicts, stress, or panic
  • Interpersonal issues are explored such as conflicts, unrewarding relationships, unmet
    needs, etc.
  • The need for improved management of emotion dysregulation disorders such as Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, anger management issues, etc.
  • The need to work through intrapersonal conflicts and dilemmas, grief and loss
  • The breaking of patterns resulting from growing up in an addicted or dysfunctional
    family system
  • The need to explore addictive patterns such as substance use, excessive “gaming”, “codependency”, disordered eating, etc.
  • Sexual identity and gender confusion or issues can be explored in therapy