In individual therapy you are provided a non-judgmental and confidential space in which a skilled clinician will support your progress towards your intra-personal and inter-personal goals. Sometimes, you may be asked to recall difficult experiences, reflect on relationships, or to experiment with new ways of approaching a familiar problem. Your therapist will help hold you steady when facing these potentially uncomfortable experiences. Therapy is most effective when you engage with regular frequency and are an active participant in your healing process. Let’s discuss how we may support you as you heal.
In couples therapy, an experienced clinician helps partners in a romantic relationship gain insight into their relational patterns, resolve conflict, and improve relationship satisfaction. Couples therapy can be beneficial to people at all stages of their relationship, even while dating or prior to marriage (pre-marital). Initially, your therapist will focus on understanding the history of your relationship and the expectations and values that each partner carries forward from their family-of-origin. Future sessions will center on progressing towards collaboratively determined relationship goals. Couples therapy is most effective when both partners engage with regular frequency and are active participants in their healing process.
Cognitive rehabilitation refers to a wide range of clinical interventions that can help an individual restore, or learn how to compensate for, declines in cognitive functioning. Restorative therapies build on the idea of neuroplasticity, which suggests that the brain can develop new, or strengthen old, neural connections with practice. Compensatory strategies help a person work around their cognitive limits -- examples include using alarms or calendars as reminders for important dates and events. Please reach out to discuss your concerns and to learn more about how we may be able to support your growth.