Rewire your brain to bring more focus, calm, compassion, and joy into your life with one of our 6-8 week classes. We offer mindfulness classes to specific populations such as those with anxiety or depression, mental health professionals, parents, and girls ages 9-15 with a parent.
Gain support, connection, and accountability in one of our therapy groups for teens and adults with Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) like skin picking or hair pulling.
Child and Adolescent Therapy
We help restore the peace in your family by helping you and your child gain the skills you need to cope with anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, trauma, BFRBs, or whatever difficulties you are facing.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Our therapists are trained in this evidence-based approach to treat anxiety, depression, OCD, ADHD, eating disorders, trauma, BFRBs and more.
Due to the pandemic all of our services are currently being held online via a HIPAA-compliant web platform so that you can start or continue your treatment from the comfort and safety of your home.
Our psychiatrist and psychiatric nurse practitioners work with our therapists to conduct psychiatric evaluations and medication management so that you or your child can return to optimal functioning ASAP.
Psychological Evaluation & Testing
We conduct forensic evaluations to assist attorneys in better understanding the psychological factors that impact their clients.We also provide psychological evaluations for patients undergoing pain management procedures.
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is exercise for the brain. When practiced regularly, by meditating or simply redirecting your attention back to the present moment using one of your five senses, your brain chemistry will actually change causing you to feel more calm, focused, happy, and able to manage any difficult thoughts and emotions that you experience.
Introduction to Mindfulness
Cultivating a Mindful Life with Your Daughter
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) for Mental Health Professionals
BS, MA (in progress)
Practicing mindfulness teaches us to be aware of our attention – whether we focus on the positive or the negative – and to note – without judgment – our thoughts and feelings. When our minds are drawn to the negative, the teaching is to note the feeling, accept it and then let it go. This can be frustrating because the negativity bias keeps drawing our minds back to the difficult emotions and events.
Accepting the seemingly unacceptable can sound terrifying or even impossible. Most will experience trying moments related to the loss of a job or a loved one. Others may experience a loss that can feel even more personal, like the loss of their body as they once knew it.