Types Of Therapy

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy is beneficial for people who desire to change negative attitudes, ineffective communication skills and an unhealthy outlook on life, self and others. Therapy is essentially freedom – freedom from maladaptive habits, freedom from childhood and adult traumas, freedom to respond to the stresses in life in the best possible way to serve you, your values, and your loved ones. Therapy is a journey and it is a relationship. Both therapist and client explore together, reaching a mutually agreed upon destination.


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a well-studied and validated method for working with posttraumatic stress and anxiety. Traumatic memory is frightening, and can flood us in expected ways at unexpected times. That loss of control can, in and of itself, be re-traumatizing. EMDR is a specific therapeutic method for revisiting past trauma in order to reduce the emotional intensity of the experience and ultimately re-write the autobiography of the memory.

Psychodynamic Therapy
Evolving significantly from its Freudian roots, psychodynamic psychotherapy is an emotional and relational discipline known for facilitating deep and long-lasting change. Psychodynamic Therapy is widely validated as the most effective therapy for complex problems often stemming from childhood trauma. Clients meet with a therapist once or twice weekly and work together to understand thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Key features of Psychodynamic Therapy include focus on emotions and relationships, exploring attempts to avoid distress, identification of recurring themes and patterns, and explorations of one’s inner life, including fantasies and dreams.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT is based on the concept that your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and actions are interconnected. CBT focuses on changing the automatic negative thoughts that can contribute to and worsen emotional difficulties, depression, and anxiety. These spontaneous negative thoughts have a detrimental influence on mood. CBT aims to help you deal with overwhelming problems in a more positive way by breaking them down into smaller parts.