Individual Adult

Therapy with adults can involve exploration of the problem issue, the development of tools or new ways of managing symptoms or negative thoughts and behaviors, the implementation of interventions designed to address the root of the problem and create change, and the maintenance of new patterns and ways of functioning …

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Individual Child/Adolescent Therapy

Despite parents’ attempts to understand, deal with, and help their children, the problems children and adolescents present can be difficult for parents to resolve or help their children to resolve. Sometimes, children and adolescents need a neutral person who is outside of their family and has some expertise in child/adolescent …

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Family Therapy

When one member of the family is struggling with a difficult situation or destructive behavior or thought patterns, the entire family is affected. Conversely, the family often plays a role in or contributes to each member’s struggles and solutions to problems.  Just about all of us can point to maladaptive …

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Marital / Couples Therapy

I have sought extra training in relationship therapy through the Relational Life Institute, the Gottman Institute, and the Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP), among other programs. I once worked as a consultant in the couples’ communication workshops put on by the PREP program at the University of Denver, where …

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