Services

The Science of Pain

Services

Individual psychotherapy

I believe that an individual's emotional concerns or issues are to be treated within the context of his or her current and prior relationships. People who seek individual psychotherapy tend to be the most differentiated members of a family system.

Services provided in person or via Telehealth 

EMDR Individual Session

Repeated studies show that by using Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference in a fraction of the time. EMDR helps with anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, and more.

 

Couples Psychotherapy

Creating a space for two people to grow together takes a real partnership and a strong commitment to growth. With a secured base, individuals can work together and flourish this is what a healthy loving relationship will provide for each partner.

Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Effective child therapy promotes feelings of mastery, self-efficacy, realistic hope, and optimism in children and adolescents. The parent and significant family members are active participants and collaborators in therapy.

Services provided in person

or via Telehealth 

Family Therapy

Marriage and family therapy is highly efficient because of the "systemic" orientation which facilitates the understanding of the emotional process in a family and permits people to go beyond blaming, side-taking, guilt, and anger.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Assessment for adolescent

" In college-age people, the MBTI Step II and Strong assessments can bring about a
two-year jump in maturity and confidence in two weeks. I see it all the time."

Darlene Garcia, Career Counselor

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Assessment for adults

The MBTI assessment combines an individual's four preferences-one preference from each dichotomy, denoted by its letter- to yield one of the 16 possible personality types (e.g., ESTJ, INFP, etc).

CPI 260® Assessment

The CPI assessments indicate which of four different ways of living, or lifestyles, best describe the respondent. They offer a unique perspective on how people manage themselves and deal with others, indicating strengths and developmental opportunities.