Each person seeking help is unique so using a one-size-fits-all treatment plan is not an option. Whether it’s individual, couples, family or group therapy, we are here to help and create a treatment plan that provides the appropriate level of care and resources necessary for recovery. Meditation, experiential therapy and active mindfulness practice can be incorporated into treatment by request. Our therapy services are designed to help you gain a deep connection and understanding of your whole self while developing the skills you need to improve mental and emotional health. With accessibility in mind, we offer in-person and virtual sessions for all of our therapy options.

Individual Therapy

We provide therapy for individuals 10yrs and older. By utilizing a holistic approach combining mind, body, and environment, we help you to learn healthier ways to balance daily stressors, improve self-care and increase effective communication. We understand that your body and mind are interconnected, and your treatment plan should reflect that.


Our therapists will establish a treatment plan that takes into account presenting concerns and current social and environmental contexts. Meditation, experiential therapy and active mindfulness practice can be incorporated into treatment at the request of the individual.

Family Therapy

Family dynamics will change from one family to the next. Only when we undergo stresses as a family unit can we begin to understand the fractures that may appear. Family therapy is primarily used to teach better methods of communication, incorporate healthier problem-solving tactics, and grant a healthier understanding between all members of the family unit. 


Family therapy may also be beneficial during stressful events such as a divorce, remarriage, or the death of a loved one.

Couples Therapy

We provide emotionally focused couples therapy sessions that helps to develop problem solving skills, improve communication skills, and tackle specific issues.


Couples therapy can help resolve conflicts and heal wounds, addressing a range concerns to help couples re-establish realistic expectations and goals. We are dedicated to working toward the healthiest outcome for each individual and the relationship as a whole.


​We welcome and affirm all couples and intimate partner relationships, independent of identity and number of partners.

Group Therapy

We provide group therapy for both adults and adolescents. Our Intensive Outpatient Program incorporates medication management appointments, covers a variety of topics and therapeutic methods such as cognitive behavioral therapydialectical behavioral therapy and mindfulness training.

What is IOP?

Intensive Outpatient Programs are outpatient treatment programs designed to allow individuals to receive treatment for mental health and addiction issues while still being able to go about their daily lives. Group therapy is geared towards helping individuals relate to one another and work through issues in a group setting. This specific therapeutic modality allows for the individuals to openly discuss situations that are unique to them, and offer one another support and insight.

Adult IOP

 Adolescent IOP

Mindf​ulness

Mindfulness, simply put, is about being fully aware in the present moment; this can be invaluable within our Western culture that focuses on rehashing the past or planning for the future. Mindfulness can be an incredibly useful practice for addressing worry about the future, fear of uncertainty, or judgment about one’s own emotional reactions.


Holistic Approach

A holistic approach means to provide support that looks at the whole person, not just their mental health needs. The support should also consider the eight eight key aspects that contribute to overall well-being:  physical, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, environmental, financial and occupational.

To learn more, check our blog post: 

An Introduction To The Holistic Approach

Dialectical​ Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

DBT focuses on providing therapeutic skills in four key areas. Mindfulness. 

  • First, mindfulness focuses on improving an individual's ability to accept and be present in the current moment.
  • Second, distress tolerance is geared toward increasing a person’s tolerance of negative emotion, rather than trying to escape from it.
  • Third, emotion regulation covers strategies to manage and change intense emotions that are causing problems in a person’s life.
  • Fourth, interpersonal effectiveness consists of techniques that allow a person to communicate with others in a way that is assertive, maintains self-respect, and strengthens relationships.

Source: Psychology Today


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a form of psychotherapy directed at present-time issues and based on the idea that the way an individual thinks and feels affects the way they behave. 

The focus is on problem solving and the goal is to change the client's thought patterns in order to change their responses to difficult situations.


CBT has been found to be highly or moderately effective in the treatment of depression, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, general stress, anger issues, panic disorders, agoraphobia, social phobia, eating disorders, marital difficulties, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and childhood anxiety and depressive disorders. 

Source: Psychology Today