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Therapy Modalities

multiple modalities are common

Couples Therapy

You can't heal what you refuse to confront.

Couples therapy works because the therapist serves as a neutral mediator and is able to assist the couple to stop repetitive, unproductive patterns of communication.  The goal is to improve the relationship, and the therapists' job is to give equal time, attention, and understanding to both parties. (more...)

Individual Therapy

Hope is the only thing stronger than fear.

When issues cause distress, or interfere with normal activities, it may be time to seek therapy.  Distress can manifest as a physical ache, changes in sleep or eating patterns, or unexplainable bad moods. Therapy can help by providing an objective listening ear, identifying underlying causes of symptoms, or helping to develop strategies for changing unwanted thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.  (more...)  

Group Therapy

You're imperfect, and you're wired for struggle, but you are worthy of love and belonging.

Group therapy has the added benefits of interacting with other clients.  In addition to the therapists' expertise, clients can identify with each other, practice new behaviors, help and learn from each other.  (more...)

EMDR Therapy

You can't change what happened, so the focus needs to go toward healing and coming back stronger than before.

EMDR has a direct effect on the way the brain processes information, and enables the reduction or elimination of upsetting feelings associated with bad experiences. (more...) 

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