• If you are considering therapy for the first time, determining what services you want and which therapist to work with, can be a  very challenging decision. You can use this site and the links to other mental health information on the web to get started. Specific information on choosing a therapist can be found in this blog post: Choosing a Psychotherapist

    We offer help through:

    • individual therapy and counseling,
    • couples and relationship counseling,
    • family therapy, and
    • therapy groups

    When psychopharmacology (i.e. medication management) or psychological testing services are needed, the professionals in our referral network, who are personally known to us and some of the best in the city, are well qualified to assist us with your treatment.

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  • We have services that can help you with:

    • Relationship counseling: communication problems, relationship issues (including infidelity, lack of interest in intimacy and sex, parenting disagreements, step-family and blended family issues
    • Couples counseling: straight couples, gay couples, lesbian couples, mixed marriages, inter-racial couples,
    • Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and sexuality concerns and LGBTQ couples issues
    • Mood disorders: depression, dysthmia, bipolar disorder
    • Ending a relationship: divorce, breaking-up, separation
    • End-of-life issues: Grief and loss (death of a parent, child, spouse, partner, sibling, or important other in your life)
    • Anxiety or fear: anxiety disorders, panic attacks, anxiety attacks, agoraphobia, social phobia
    • Chemical dependency and substance use concerns
    • Sexual compulsivity, sex addiction, or porn addiction

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  • Group Therapy

    When you join a group, you begin to see that you are not alone. Many people feel they are unique because of their problems, and it is encouraging to hear that other people have similar difficulties. In the safe-enough environment of the group and the group therapist, you can feel more free to care about yourself and others. As you interact freely with other group members, the difficulties that brought you into group begin to emerge. In the watchful presence of a group therapist, the group is able to give support, offer alternatives, or gently confront unhealthy behaviors. In this way the difficulty becomes resolved, alternative behaviors are learned, and you develop new healthier ways of being in the world and relating to others.

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