Psychiatric Evaluation

  • All new patients undergo a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation. After your evaluation, we will discuss your goals and the recommended mode of treatment, frequency of treatment, and duration. For example, some patients may only need medication management, while others may need some combination of movement therapy, talk therapy, and medication management. We will tailor your plan to accommodate financial and time constraints.

Individual Therapy

Some patients benefit tremendously from individual therapy, sometimes referred to as “talk therapy.” Drawing from tenets of psychodynamic theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, and/or mindfulness, we will construct a therapeutic roadmap that accords with your needs and intentions.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  • Psychodynamic Therapy

  • Narrative Therapy

Psychiatry + Medication Management

  • Some patients require medication management. Patients who begin new medications and patients on controlled substances may need to be seen with greater frequency than those who are stable on an established regimen and those who are not prescribed controlled substances. 

Couples Therapy

  • Couples Therapy seeks to improve communication skills, build effective problem-solving and conflict resolution skills, and sow a foundation of empathy and respect.

Family Therapy

  • Family Therapy can help facilitate cohesion and communication within the family unit. Techniques aim to uncover family dynamics and intergenerational patterns of relating, speaking, and coping that may perpetuate poor boundaries and familial conflict.

Group Therapy

  • Group Therapy is a therapeutic modality that facilitates change and healing through connection and support, and allows participants to experiment with new ways of relating and interacting with others in a safe space.

Yoga Therapy

  • Yoga Therapy uses pranayama (breath), asana (physical yoga poses), and meditative/visualization techniques to weave together a home practice that can be prescribed to patients. Home practices can be short – even less than ten minutes. The goal is for the patient to do the practice daily.  Through daily practice, the patient becomes more attuned with the physical, mental, and emotional body. At appropriate intervals, the home practice can be tweaked or altered by the yoga therapist to aid in the practitioner’s growth and progress.

Mindfulness

  • Mindfulness is the human ability to be fully present. It cultivates intention and attention to embark on an exploration of our mental, emotional, and physical processes.