Our Services

We provide evidence-based therapies

We provide an array of evidence-based services; a summary grid is below

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
Behavioral Activation (BA)
Exposure Therapy for anxiety disorders
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD
Prolonged Exposure (PE) for PTSD
Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE)
Behavioral Parent Training (BPT)
Habit Reversal Training (HRT)/Comprehensive Model for Behavioral Treatment (ComB) for hair pulling and skin picking
Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for eating disorders

Overview

Generally recommended for*

Individual Treatments

Group Treatments

CBT

cognitive behavioral therapy

Generally recommended for

• Anxiety, OCD, Depression
• Age 5 – adulthood

Target Client

Commitment

Coming Soon

DBT

dialectical behavioral therapy

Generally recommended for

• Self-Harm / Suicidality, Multiple diagnoses or history of failed treatments
• Age 12 +

Target Client

Commitment

• DBT skills age 12 - 18
• DBT skills age 18-25
• DBT graduate group

FBT

family-based Treatment

Generally recommended for

• Eating Disorders
• Age 13 +

Target Client

Commitment

Parent Training

Generally recommended for

• Any and all Parents, including support for Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Parents of kids age 5+

Target Client

Coming Soon

Commitment

Coming Soon:
Incredible Years: for parents
with kids age 5 - 9

*Please note that a clinician will determine the appropriate plan of care during a 90 minute intake session

Our Approach

We include families in our treatment because we believe they are part of the solution. We want children, adolescents and parents to have a common language and a common toolkit.

In addition to individual therapy, we offer weekly 2-hr 'skills groups' for adolescents and parents to learn a shared skillset to apply both in and outside the home.

We are committed to healing our clients: our team is available for phone coaching support between sessions.

Treatment Options

What is CBT? Through CBT, we learn the skills to identify destructive thought patterns and change our emotional responses. In a departure from talk therapy, CBT involves homework and active practice to develop new behavior patterns.

What does the research say? CBT is backed by over 60 years of research. A meta-analysis of 269 studies shows that CBT is effective in treating a wide range of conditions, including anxiety, depression and OCD, among others (Source: National Institute of Health).

What does treatment look like? Weekly individual therapy session and phone coaching access between sessions.

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What is DBT? DBT is a type of therapy under the umbrella of CBT. Through DBT, we learn the core skills of Mindfulness, Tolerating Distress, Emotional Regulation and Interpersonal Effectiveness . Whereas CBT is highly goal focused, DBT embraces Zen principles of living in the moment and walking the Middle Path.

What does the research say? Randomized clinical trials show DBT in an outpatient setting is the most effective treatment to reduce self-harm and suicidal thoughts and behaviors in adolescents. Given the intensive nature of the program, DBT is also effective for those with a history of failed treatments or multiple diagnoses. (Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration).

What does treatment look like? Weekly individual therapy session, weekly 2-hr group with client and caregiver to learn and practice skills, and 24/7 access to phone coaching support. Minimum commitment of 6 months.

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What is FBT? FBT is a leading treatment for treating adolescent eating disorders in an outpatient setting. In a departure from traditional treatments that frame the family as the primary cause of the eating disorder, FBT views parents as an essential resource to heal. FBT does not focus on why the eating disorder developed; FBT focuses on how to move forward and empower parents as part of the treatment plan.

What does the research say? In a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials comparing FBT with individual treatments in adolescents with eating disorders, FBT is the most effective over 6-12 months (Source: National Eating Disorders Association).

What does treatment look like? Weekly therapy session with child and caregiver. Commitment of 6+ months.

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Parent Training for Kids (Age 5-9): We hear parents asking how to deal with their child's temper tantrums, how to deal with emotional outbursts after the word 'NO,' how to transition activities (particularly those with children on the autism spectrum).

We are offering the Incredible Years program to solve this need. Supported by over 30 years of research, Incredible Years is a 4 month program with weekly 2-hr groups for parents to learn and practice skills they can apply in the home to increase compliance.

Parent Training for Teens (Age 13 +): We hear parents that are burnt-out from dealing with hostility, defiance, emotional volatility or apathy with their teen. We are offering a 1 month booster for parents to learn some DBT skills alongside other parents in the same journey.

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