Our psychologists are trained and experienced in a wide range of psychological disorders and treatment modalities. Problem areas include depression, anxiety, panic, phobias, learning disorders, attention disorders, autistic spectrum disorders (including Asperger's), mood disorders, eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma, grief, bereavement, low self-esteem, and relationship issues. Psychologists are trained to perform differential diagnoses of developmental and mental health problems. Our work begins with a diagnostic assessment.
We provide individual psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. Our psychologists are accomplished in a range of different therapy orientations, including developmental, relational, dynamic, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and family systems. We will develop an appropriate treatment plan with you based on your needs.
Family and Couples Therapy:
Family treatment brings together 2 or more family members to address problems that they share in their relationship. Family sessions may be provided alongside of individual or couples therapy. Sometimes parents are seen together to help them work on ways to address their children's needs. We work with families through all developmental phases.
Our psychologists can provide psychological, neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and academic achievement testing for children and adults to assess cognitive functioning, memory, information processing, attention, visual-perceptual-motor skills, executive functions, and emotional functioning. Psychological testing sometimes is conducted to help clarify diagnostic issues and to formulate recommendations for treatment. Educational evaluations are used to assess for academic difficulties and learning disorders and to formulate recommendations for schools and families. Evaluations can be used to assist in determining whether an individual qualifies for special services or accommodations in schools, standardized testing, or other agencies.
Our psychologists may consult to schools and other agencies to assist in planning intervention strategies for individuals and for school departments.