People come in for individual therapy for a variety of reasons including depression, anxiety, to resolve past or current trauma, and to learn new skills and gain awareness. Individual therapy can be a meaningful and effective means to self-actualization and an overall better quality of life.
Often family relationships are some of the most difficult but also the most vital and fulfilling. Family therapy can help family members learn more effective communication skills, sort through conflict, and talk openly about a variety of issues affecting the family such as life stressors, parent-child relationships, or addiction issues present in the family system.
Companionship at this level can carry many tests and barriers. Our therapists are skilled to help people sort through a variety of relationship struggles and help people learn to better communicate, build closeness, and gain a better understanding of each other's needs.
We provide substance abuse evaluations and can make recommendations about types of substance abuse treatment and services that may help an individual and their family struggling with the many issues that substance abuse and dependency can create.
This is a 12 -16 week program that provides 10 -12 hours of therapy per week and includes 3 - three hour groups, one individual session, and 1-2 urine analysis tests per week. Up to one year of aftercare support group is available upon graduation. We offer both a day time program as well as a program that meets on evenings and saturdays.
This support group provides an opportunity for patients who are taking suboxone to receive education and support around the many facets of suboxone therapy and long term recovery from opiate addiction.
This group is a support group for patients who have completed or graduated from the intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program. It supports clients in maintaining sobriety, and in utilizing newly learned skills and resources in their lives.
Children communicate about their internal world and their perceptions of the world around them through play. Play is also the face of the subconscious. It facilitates a therapeutic space for children to express themselves, sort through conflict, develop adaptive behaviors, and heal from trauma and loss through corrective emotional experiences. Play therapy is a structured, theoretically based, and well researched form of therapy.