At Associates in Family Psychology, each of our psychologists is committed to providing treatment tailored to your specific concerns. Your psychologist will provide you with treatment recommendations that may include individual, couples or family counseling.
We offer individual therapy through the lifespan; working with children, adolescents, teens and adults. Some common challenges that people seek help for through individual therapy include:
*Anxiety *Depression *Stress *Grief *Relationships *Life Transitions and more.
Some methods commonly used in our practice include cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness and relaxation skills training, and insight-oriented therapies. Many teens also benefit from the some of the same methods, yet at times, a more comprehensive family therapy approach is most helpful. For young children, play therapy and coping skills training are commonly utilized.
Family therapy is often very useful in helping to improve communication, understanding, and relationships among family members. Parents will attend the first appointment to provide background information prior to the first family session.
We commonly use various types of family therapy approaches. We may meet with all members of the family, or a smaller subgroup within the family, such as siblings, parents, or parent and child.
*Parenting *Blended families *Special needs family members *Lifestyle changes and more.
Couples therapy involves gaining a better understanding of why you and your partner think and do the things you do, how some of things can lead to conflict, and ultimately, how to interact and communicate more effectively.
*Communication issues *Intimacy and sexual issues *Empty nest syndrome and more.
Please review our Rates and Insurance page for details regarding fees and insurance coverages associated with these services, cancellation policies, and more.
Please feel free to call our office if you have any questions.