Therapy Methods Individually tailored treatment approach


Behavioral Therapy


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidence-based practice with proven efficacy in the treatment of depression, anxiety, and other mental health conditions, with CBT’s overall goal being symptom reduction, improvement in functioning, and remission of the disorder.

Slide Emotions CBT Thoughts Behaviors

Biopsychosocial Model

This model systematically explains the intricate interplay between biology, psychology and social factors in the development of mental illness. A person does not suffer through isolated/independent pieces of themselves, but rather as a whole. This model focuses on a holistic perspective of psychiatric disorders, such as the individual’s personality, the emotional perspective, their surrounding environment and other social factors that influence the manifestation of mental illness. Mental illness is caused by multi-level facets that interact and impact one another, and only by understanding the interaction between biology and psychology can we understand how to properly treat mental health disorders.

Slide Mental
Psychological IQ, Thoughts, Beliefs,
Emotions, Cognitive Biases,
Coping Skills, Emotional
Intelligence, Resilience,
Biological Social Genetics, Disease,
Stressors, Hormones
Injury, Alcohol, Drugs
Toxins, Diet, Exercise
Family/Upbringing, Peer
Relationships, Socio- Economic
Status, Work, School, Stresses,
Traumas, Media Culture,

Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy is focused on the present and future within a compact timeline to direct energy toward goals and solutions rather than childhood or presenting problems. Desired behavioral changes can be achieved with this hope-friendly approach.

Existential Approaches

Existential psychology is rooted from a philosophical perspective and focuses on the human condition and experience. This perspective focuses on universal inquiries related to death, freedom, responsibility, and meaning. We help individuals lead authentic lives by exploring aspects of one’s existence to self, others, and the world through the exploration of human capacities and aspirations while recognizing one’s limitations.