Therapy for individual, couples & families
Finding a therapist can be a difficult process, we want to give you enough information to make it easier for you to connect with a therapist who will be a good fit for you and your loved ones. Our therapists work with different ages offering individual, couples, and family counseling. We offer counseling for depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), attention-deficit disorders (ADHD/ADD), substance abuse, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, behavioral issues, personal growth and professional development. Also, providing counseling for pre-marital, marital and separation or divorce related concerns.
Are you constantly worried, anxious, having panic attacks or experiencing other physical symptoms, disturbed sleep & appetite? Psychotherapy can help alleviate these anxiety symptoms. Read More
Do you have a hard time sitting still? Distracted easily? Are you finding it rather difficult to focus in the classroom or during conferences? Consult with our therapist for an evaluation and discuss treatment options for ADD or ADHD. Read More
Do you feel persistent sadness, intense moodiness, fatigue, lack motivation, and passive thoughts about suicide? You need to consult with a counselor immediately for depression treatment. Read More
In couples or marriage counseling, our therapist will assist in improve your relationship by identify problems, develop attainable goals, improve communication, express feelings and thoughts without fear of judgment or criticism, learn to accept your differences, learn skills to resolve problems, and work as a team moving toward future goals. Read More
Our child counselor or therapist work with children to improve their behavior, learn to manage emotions, manage symptoms related to ADD/ADHD, OCD, anxiety & depression. We also assist children in adjusting after traumatic events, and parents’ divorce. Read More
Our Certified Mediator (a neutral party) assist two or more parties resolve differences and achieve an agreement on matters such as family conflict, interpersonal conflicts with friends, colleagues, neighbors, etc. Read More