Who can benefit for therapy?

Many people benefit tremendously from individual psychotherapeutic treatment. If you or someone you know is having problems with depression, anxiety, interpersonal relationships, work-related issues, a history of trauma or abuse, intense grief, or other emotional, relational, or behavioral issues, you may find our therapy helpful.

Through psychotherapy client strengths are drawn on helping our clients, and learn to resolve or manage depression, anxiety, marital and family conflict, grief and loss, and neurological injuries and health related illnesses.

What happens in therapy?

Individual psychotherapy begins with an initial assessment evaluation of an hour and half session to determine both the nature of the issues to be addressed and to generate some initial treatment recommendations. These evaluation sessions are an opportunity for both client and clinician to get a sense of what will be most helpful, and then to craft a treatment plan of attainable goals. 

After an initial evaluation, most clients enter into individual psychotherapy. Subsequent sessions are scheduled for either an hour or hour and a half. Short, intermediate, and longer-term treatment possibilities are offered utilizing a variety of therapeutic models –psychodynamic, family systems, and mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral frames of reference and technique.