Psychotherapy is a process that generally involves more in-depth exploration and treatment of mental health issues. It often addresses complex psychological disorders, deep-seated emotional patterns, and long-standing behavioral issues. Psychotherapy aims to bring about profound and lasting changes by examining the underlying causes of distress.
Counseling typically focuses on specific concerns or challenges faced by individuals, such as relationship problems, career decisions, grief, stress management, or adjustment difficulties. Counseling tends to be more solution focused and can help individuals develop coping strategies and practical skills to navigate their immediate issues.
Both psychotherapy and counseling involve a collaborative relationship between a trained therapist and a client, where the therapist provides support, guidance, and expertise while the client explores their thoughts, emotions, behavior patterns, relationships and personal history. Through various theoretical approaches and techniques, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), internal family systems, attachment theory, behaviorism, humanistic therapy, and many others, we help clients find their truth to improve their lives.
Therapists create a safe and non-judgmental environment, facilitating self-reflection, insight, and personal growth but it is the client that initiates change, engages in the inner work needed to make positive changes.
Our team consists of a multidisciplinary approach. We have psychologists, counselors, school based experienced clinicians and social workers that all bring together their niche specialties and allow for our team to be well rounded and full of knowledge.