Practice Overview

Addiction Therapy
Addiction Therapy is a set of guiding principles, sometimes referred to as "spiritual principles", outlining a course of action for tackling problems including alcoholism, drug addiction, and a variety of compulsive behaviors. These recovery principles are rooted in the principle of AA but are discussed in a more intimate environment and are combined with conventional therapeutic modalities for additional benefit.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
A common type of mental health counseling that can be a very helpful tool in treating a variety of issues such as anxiety and depression. By helping you become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking, cognitive behavioral therapy allows you to view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a more effective way.

Individual Therapy
In a safe and supportive environment individuals will learn how to better manage stressful situations by helping them become aware of negative thinking and negative coping patterns.

Family Therapy
Allows families to learn positive communication and conflict resolution skills. Teens and children will learn insight and discover how to take ownership of their behaviors. Parents will learn effective parenting and behavior management skills. Parents will learn how to set limits and define boundaries but more importantly learn how to maintain them in a supportive way rather than by punitive measures.

Couples Therapy
Allows couples to explore relationship issues and positive ways in which to deal with them. Much of this type of therapy is designed to enhance communication techniques and to identify what type of language your significant other responds to. Couples are provided with concrete and realistic strategies for change. Weekly goals and "homework" are an instrumental part of this process.

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