Our team comprises expert mental health professionals who provide comprehensive support to children and adolescents dealing with emotional and behavioral challenges. Our child and adolescent psychiatrists work in collaboration with other clinical providers to help young people develop the necessary skills to improve their relationships both at home and school. Our program emphasizes self-care strategies for children to learn and apply in their daily lives, equipping them with the tools needed to make healthy choices as they transition into adulthood.
Our expert team of mental health clinicians offers one-on-one sessions in a safe and caring environment. Individual adult therapy is an effective treatment for a wide range of emotional, mental, and behavioral health-related issues. It can also be used in conjunction with other mental health services that we provide. The primary objective of individual therapy is to inspire change, improve quality of life, and achieve the desired goals.
Couples therapy is an effective way to enhance the relationship between partners by providing a safe space to resolve conflicts and increase understanding. Through various therapeutic interventions, partners can gain insight into their relationship, work towards conflict resolution, and improve overall satisfaction with their relationship. Whether you're involved in a straight or gay relationship, interracial relationship, young teen or college relationship, relationship with a significant age gap, or at any stage of your relationship, couples therapy can be beneficial for all.
In family therapy, the goal is to address problems collectively, as a family unit. Our highly skilled therapists work with families to identify negative patterns and work towards long-term solutions. We provide a supportive, non-judgmental and secure environment where your family can open up to our team of professionals. Our focus is on enhancing relationships between all members of the family, and interventions are tailored to meet each family's specific needs. During family therapy, we may address a range of concerns including but not limited to death and grief, parent-child conflict, sibling conflict, family history of addiction, mental health conditions, and adjusting to life changes.
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