Neurofeedback, also known as EEG biofeedback, is a safe therapeutic intervention that provides immediate feedback that uses sound or visual signals to reorganize or retrain brain waves to regulate and improve function and to alleviate symptoms of various neurological and mental health disorders.
Bonding and strengthening your bond throughout your marriage makes you a team rather than two individuals living together without creating healthy interdependence. We offer a research based and researched effective therapeutic educational approach.
Grief therapy, also known as grief counseling or bereavement therapy, provides support and guidance to those who are experiencing significant distress due to the death of a loved one or any other significant loss in their lives.
Postpartum depression (PPD) is characterized as a major depressive episode with onset of symptoms during pregnancy or within the first 4 weeks to 12 months postpartum. Worldwide, nearly 1 in 5 women who have delivered are estimated to have experienced PPD.
Depression has been nick-named the “common cold of mental illness.” The statistics can be startling; however, it is useful to pause and become aware of the impact of depression on
society in general. Depression affects approximately 20 million Americans, or about 10% of the population in any given one-year period. At some point in their lives, 10%-25% of women and 5%-12% of men will likely become clinically depressed.
Specializing in Emotionally Focused Therapy, the Gold Standard form of couple treatment, you can get the help you need for your relationship to be safe, secure and satisfying.
Anxiety is a common mental health condition that can significantly impact a person and daily life.
For some individuals, just the thought of getting through the day produces intense levels of anxiety. No matter what they do, they cannot seem to stop the worry and often feel it is out of their control. They might anticipate disaster or be overly concerned about money, health, family, work, or other issues.
Trauma can occur at any point in a person’s lifespan and can result from various experiences, such as childhood abuse, accidents, violence, law enforcement, military deployment, or natural disasters. Traumatic events can disrupt a person’s sense of safety, create emotional and physical distress, and impact their ability to form healthy relationships.
In Individual therapy your therapist will meet with you regularly to help you work through the issues that concern you so you can achieve your therapeutic goals.
The primary goal of Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT) is to promote secure attachment and emotional connection between family members, young and old. Using this model, the therapist recognizes that strong emotional bonds are essential for individual and family well-being. EFFT operates on the important premise that distress and conflict within families often stem from unmet emotional needs and ineffective communication patterns