What We Do


We offer individual, couples and family therapy to children, adolescents and adults. Our primary goals are to relieve emotional and psychological distress, increase self-awareness and healthy coping skills, foster insight, and to improve overall well-being within daily life and in relationships with others. Our staff has expertise in providing treatment for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, chronic illness, grief and bereavement, family conflict, relationship problems, infertility, pregnancy, prenatal and postpartum issues, trauma and PTSD, survivors of childhood abuse, and adult children of alcoholic parents.


Receiving clear, accurate and helpful information is key to a solid evaluation, and our comprehensive testing services are designed for  children, adolescents and adults to help address psychological, neuropsychological, psychoeducational, vocational or fitness for duty needs. Common referrals for evaluation include assessing overall psychological health, clarification of diagnosis, ADHD, learning Issues, memory and attention problems, social-emotional functioning, accommodations for school and/or the workplace, vocational preferences, and fitness for duty responsibilities (clergy, first responders and law enforcement).

Consultation & Supervision

Building and maintaining a strong and effective clinical ability is key to the success of a therapist. To help establish this skill set we offer clinical supervision to unlicensed professionals and consultation for licensed professionals looking to bolster their ability to effectively evaluate and treat the psychological, biological, medical, and social causes of emotional distress, to accurately diagnose and create respective treatment plans, to identify and resolve distressing attachment patterns, and to understand and work with transference and countertransference in the clinical setting.