In treatment, we draw from a very broad range of therapeutic techniques, attempting to use the best approaches, that show the most promise, both in research as well as in our clinical experience. Our approach is holistic in that it is not just talk therapy alone that makes profound differences in how one thinks, feels, and behaves. For instance a few of the concepts/approaches with which we are familiar: cognitive therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy, family systems theory, psychodynamic concepts, relaxation therapies, psychopharmacological therapies, and the cooperative problem solving strategy, to name a few. Our clients often find that our understanding of the brain processes underlying many human difficulties offers the possibility of developing a treatment that increases the likelihood of a more complete and satisfying solution. This newer and emerging form or counseling is called Neuropsychotherapy which is based on our growing understanding of how to integrate counseling and the research that is exploding on how our brain’s mediate our thinking, emotions, and behaviors and more importantly what works to bring our brain function back into balance. We strive to tailor our choice of techniques to fit the individual with whom we are working in order to formulate individualized solutions to our clients’ challenges and problems.
Rather than create a long list of problems for which we have both training and years of successful experience to help you develop healthy solutions, we encourage you to call and ask if your particular problem, challenge, or need is one with which we have training and experience. The following is a short list of the issues successfully addressed in our offices:
- Anxiety/Depression/BiPolar Disorder/Anger Management/Suicide
- Aging Issues, e.g., Dementia, Retirement
- Drugs/Alcohol/and other “addictive” behaviors
- Eating Disorders
- Education and Work Performance, e.g., Learning Disabilities, Fitness for Duty, etc.
- Executive Skill Dysfunction
- Gender Issues
- Marital, Couples, Family and Interpersonal Relationships
- Neurological Issues including Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion & Stroke
- Self destructive/injurious behaviors
- Social Skills
- Sports Performance Difficulties
- Stress & Stress related medical issues