We specialize in providing individual psychotherapy for adults and children, ages 6 and up. These sessions are typically 45-60 minutes and vary in process based on the client's needs. Broadly, these sessions are important to explore the three main areas of life; home, school/work, and peer relationships. Sessions range from weekly to monthly based on need and ability.
Family Behavioral Psychotherapy
Family psychotherapy can include the child along with their parents/guardians. Family behavior sessions are typically 45 minutes. Within these sessions, the primary focus will be to keep a positive and strength-based attitude in exploring family relationships, interactions, and problematic patterns that are disruptive to your family. Together we will work towards creating solutions and positive patterns that will benefit everyone in the home.
We specialize in working with parents, apart from their child to help navigate the behaviors and stressors that might arise. Many times when we experience friction or discomfort in parenting, parents can learn and make some positive adjustments without requiring your child to be involved in sessions. Occasionally there are habits and patterns in the home that parents can identify they would like to change and request support in implementing interventions to assist and observe results. These sessions are typically 45 minutes and can include 1 or more parents that are in agreement to work together for their children's best interest in mind.
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