FAQ

  • What is individual psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy consists of a series of techniques for treating emotional and interpersonal difficulties. Psychotherapy helps the client understand what makes them feel positive or anxious, as well as accepting their strong and weak points. If people can identify their feelings and ways of thinking they become better at coping with difficult situations.

  • What is family psychotherapy?

Family therapy involves a whole family, or several family members, all meeting with a   therapist. Family therapy can be helpful if a family is having problems getting along. It can also be used when one family member has a problem, and family relationships may be contributing to or maintaining the problem.

  • What is couples psychotherapy?

Couple psychotherapy is an in-depth treatment for couples who are having difficulties in their relationship and want to explore how these problems have arisen and what interferes with changing them.

  • What is Parent Effectiveness Training?

Parent Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.) offers proven communication skills that really work. When they use these skills, parents are amazed with the dramatic improvement both in their families and in all their relationships. This program was created by award-winning psychologist and three-time Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Dr. Thomas Gordon in 1962.

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