how we work

When people ask us about our clinical work, there is only a single sentence that responds to this question: it’s specialized. What does it mean? It means exactly that, our clinical work is specialized.  We are not “eclectic therapists.” We don’t do talk therapy or ask you “how are you feeling all the time.” We are not “integrationists” either.  We are a group of passionate behavioral therapists that have been fully trained in top-notch therapy approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT). These therapy approaches share a common purpose: behavioral change. Behavioral change is the umbrella under which all evidence-based therapies function at the end.Screen Shot 2015-11-19 at 1.44.31 AM Please keep in mind that engaging in behaviorally oriented therapy doesn’t mean that you will be forced to do things you’re not ready to do or that we’ll strictly talk about reinforcements. Engaging in behaviorally oriented therapy is simply looking at ways in which you can strategically make changes in how you deal with your thoughts, emotions, and observable behaviors towards your goals and life values. We are caring and compassionate behavioral therapists, truly care about our clients, and are 100% dedicated to assist you in dealing with your struggle (s) to the best we can by teaching you long lasting life skills.

In our clinical work we first learn in detail what brought you to therapy, then we do our best to figure out with you what’s driving that particular struggle, and finally, we strategically teach you specific skills to deal with that matter (s). We make every effort to make every session an effective one; at the end, the best indicator of our clinical work is based on how much or how little your life is improving when you leave our office.

If you would like to become familiar with some of the specific therapy approaches we have expertise in please click on the following links:

Behavior TherapyWhat is it? Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). What is it? Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). What is it? Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). What is it? 

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