Emotion Centered Therapy 

Couple's Counseling :

Whether you are newly dating, engaged, married, or in a long-term relationship, we provide couple's counseling to help you. We will work with you to improve communication and intimacy with your partner.

We offer simple yet effective techniques to help you rekindle the desire between you and your partner or to help rebuild trust if there was issues where it was broken.

Best for:  People in a committed relationship, when either or both people are willing to try and improve communication between them and their partner. 

This is a newer type of therapy developed in 1985 by Sue Johnson and  Wes Greenburg. It is an intense but rather rapid way to help folks get to "core issues" in a very short period of time, usually from 10 to 20 sessions.

Key parts of this modality would be understanding one's feelings and how to process negative emotions in a positive manner.  
It is especially useful for treating

individuals dealing with emotional dysregulation, addictions, anger issues, and folks with anxiety or past trauma.

Best for: People with emotional issues such as
Borderline Personality Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder, or anger management issues. 

Family System's Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy

This was made popular by psychologist Murray

Bowman.  Here we will look at your role in the

family, what part you play in it, and how to build

and strengthen relationships within your family

and in your community. This is especially helpful

in improving parent-child interactions. Issues such

as bonding, attachment, and communication

styles are explored more deeply with this style. 

Best for
people with anxiety issues, depression, teens with behavior or communication problems, most children, and bereavement

This is a brief (but intensive) technique was

started by Steve Shazer and Kim Berg, which was

designed to help people who are in the middle of

crisis situations and want to have relatively quick

results. Emphasis is placed on realistic

interventions on a daily basis to deal with

problems on hand and to get the consumer to be

at a more stable place. 

Best for:
crisis situations, intensive case management, and folks who need immediate

help with basic needs such as housing, food,
medical services, etc.