Helping you think  feel be better.

Individual Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a general term referring to the therapeutic interaction or treatment contracted between a trained therapist and a client. The “client” may be an individual (child, teenager or adult), a couple or a family.

Family Therapy

Family therapy can be described as a therapeutic intervention that focuses on altering the interactions between and among family members.

Couples Therapy

The goal of couples therapy, similar to that of family therapy, is to treat problems from the perspective of bringing together all involved parties.

Play Therapy

Play therapy is a process whereby the trained therapist allows the child to explore, at his or her own pace and with his or her own agenda, those issues past or current, that is affecting the child’s life in the present.

Please note that forensic services (court work) are provided.  However, these services will only be conducted in a multi-professional team setting.  Each forensic request will first be assessed by the team prior to acceptance of the case.  Should the case be accepted details regarding structure, fee and so forth will be discussed.

Individual Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is a general term referring to the therapeutic interaction or treatment contracted between a trained therapist and a client. The “client” may be an individual (child, teenager or adult), a couple or a family. The problems addressed are psychological in nature and differ from case to case.
Family Therapy
Family therapy can be described as a therapeutic intervention that focuses on altering the interactions between and among family members and seeks to improve the functioning of the family as a unit and the functioning of the individual members of the family
Couples Therapy
The goal of couples therapy, similar to that of family therapy, is to treat problems from the perspective of bringing together all involved parties. That is, the treatment of the couple as a whole, which involves complex interactions, rather than in terms of discrete problems of distinct members of the unit
Play Therapy
Play therapy is a process whereby the trained therapist allows the child to explore, at his or her own pace and with his or her own agenda, those issues past or current, that is affecting the child’s life in the present.