Psychotherapy is an important part of the treatment for major mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and trauma, but it can also be beneficial for individuals who want:


  • To learn how to build healthy new relationships or improve their current relationships

  • To build self confidence improve self esteem

  • To identify unhealthy patterns of thinking or behaving and learn how to change them once and for all

  • ​To learn how to cope with grief and other major life transitions

Therapy can bring a fresh perspective, emotional support and encouragement, and provide the coping skills that can help you overcome challenges that may seem insurmountable, especially when trying to face them alone.



​Anxiety Disorders, including Generalized Anxiety,
Social Anxiety, phobias, Panic Disorder and OCD
Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Profession Related Stress / Compassion Fatigue
Traumatic Grief and Loss
Depression & other Mood Disorders
Major Life Transitions
Stress Management

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Behavioral Activation Therapy (BAT)
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Exposure Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
​Acceptance & Commitment Therapy(ACT)
Problem-Solving Therapy (PST)
Faith Based & Multicultural Counseling
Biofeedback is a mind-body technique. Using sensors that track and show heart rate and respiration, an individual can learn to recognize the physiological and psychological effects of stress and anxiety on the body and learn to manage them.
Teleconferencing is available for all sessions
during the Covid-19 pandemic
Off site visits are available for businesses and individuals - Some restrictions apply