Trauma-informed therapy incorporates an understanding of the neurobiological and psychological effects of trauma, including the differing impacts of childhood trauma, environmental trauma, ongoing trauma or single-incident trauma.
Psychodynamic therapy is an insight-oriented approach that strives to
increase a client’s self-awareness and understanding of the influence of the past on present behavior.
Perinatal Mental Health
Perinatal mental health refers to any issues that may arise as a result of planning a family, being pregnant, or having a child including infertility, miscarriage, abortion, termination, pregnancy, stillbirth, premature birth, traumatic birth experiences, postpartum mood & anxiety disorders, attachment issues, family stress, or identity shifts regarding parenthood.
Expressive Arts Therapy
Expressive therapy incorporates the use of arts-based techniques into therapy. It can often tap into different ways of seeing things by utilizing creativity and the imagination.
The Gottman Method for couples is a structured, goal-oriented, and scientifically-based therapy. Its aim is to help partners increase respect, affection, and closeness for each other, resolve conflic
Internal Family Systems
IFS is a non-pathologizing model of psychotherapy that explores a person’s relationship with different parts of him or herself. It can be helpful to get to know these parts and understand what’s motivating their actions.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
DBT is a cognitive behavioral treatment that encourages clients to work toward both acceptance and change. It is often used to treat suicidal behavior, self-injury, eating disorders, depression, trauma, and relational issues.
Eye Movement Desensitization
EMDR is a protocol for treating trauma that includes bilateral stimulation, often in the form of eye movements or tapping side-to-side. The goal is to process “stuck” traumatic memories and shift how they are stored in your brain, no longer causing present-day distress.