Play Therapy has been proven to help children resolve social and emotional challenges as well as better problem solve when in conflict. Child centered play therapy, under the most favorable therapeutic conditions, helps children manage their challenges and work towards their own solutions. As a result of child-centered play therapy, children will be better able to integrate themselves socially, regulate their emotions better, and reach optimal growth and development. To learn more about play therapy, please visit the Association for Play Therapy.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) assists individuals in identifying and changing patterns of unhelpful thinking styles that may be adversely impacting their ability to function within their lives. The goal of CBT is to increase self worth, re-frame perspectives, and to develop a deeper awareness so individuals can take control and maximize their potential for progress. Restoration of an overall sense of well-being is the ultimate goal. You can click here to learn more about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Solution Focused Therapy helps individuals work towards a resolution of an issue by shifting focus from past experiences and their analysis to solutions that can be discovered in the here and now. Building on the strengths of the individual, developing an achievable plan, and identifying current and past successes will help assist the individual in obtaining the positive change desired. You can click here to learn more about Solution Focused Therapy.
- Individual Therapy
- Children & Adolescent Group Therapy
- Skills Based Groups
- Parent Groups & Trainings