Types of Therapy
Types of Therapy Provided
The "knots" of communication, boundaries, unconscious inhibitions, and multiple simultaneous relationships can begin to be untangled with patience and hard work.
Family therapy is a great starting point for lots of people. It is "safer" and more benign than other forms of treatment, and many people find that the educational aspects of learning about communication and boundaries are invaluable.
Many children cannot communicate effectively with words, especially when it comes to feelings and stressful events. These children utilize play - a far more comfortable medium - to express their internal and interpersonal conflicts.
Co-Parenting therapy is a special kind of couples therapy for parents who are going through a separation and / or divorce.
Insight-oriented psychotherapy works out of the assumption that the better you know yourself, the better you will function.
Psychodynamic developmental psychotherapy aims to uncover the truth about who you really are.