1. Individual
    Engage in a safe, confidential environment to facilitate change in a collaborative process.
  2. Marital
    Develop innovative skills to become empowered to work through present and future relational conflict.
  3. Family
    Change the communication and relational system in your family in order to deepen emotional connection.
  4. Child-Centered
    Help your child learn emotional and behavioral self-regulation.
  1. Cognitive
    Measuring various cognitive processes, such as verbal reasoning, mental processing, perceptual reasoning and working memory.
  2. Personality
    Identifying interpersonal patterns that may be interfering with your life and relationships.
  3. Academic
    Measuring academic ability to determine strengths, weaknesses and potential learning disabilities.

Mood Disorders

Personality Disorders

Childhood Disorders

Mood disorders arise for various reasons. There can be biological causes, such as inadequate physical health; or issues may arise when our emotions are no longer ordered and ruled by our intellect.

Common mood disorders include:
Depression, Dysthymia, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, and Cyclothymia 
Psychological distress may also impact our character or personality. Personality disorders are disruptive behavioral patterns that impact our relationships or role in society due to an inadequate way of perceiving ourselves or others.

Common personality disorders include:
Borderline, Histrionic, Narcissistic, Avoidant, Obsessive Compulsive, and Dependent
Recognizing childhood issues can be difficult and complicated. As parents, you see your children behave in strange ways that are actually normal developmental phases. Some behavior, however, may be out of the ordinary and it needs to be addressed.

Common childhood disorders include:
Oppositional/Defiance, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity, Conduct, Attachment and Mood Disruption

Relational Conflict

Compulsive Behaviors 


We are designed to be in relation with one another; therefore, psychological well-being will depend on healthy relationship formation.

Common relational conflicts are:
marital disputes, adjusting to life after divorce, parent-child conflict, and healthy boundaries establishment
Compulsive behaviors lead to impairment in our daily living, and often develop into addictions. They typically begin with having intrusive and distressing thoughts, which lead to developing a compulsive behavior to find alleviation from the distress of the intrusive thoughts.

Common compulsive behaviors are:
Obsessive Compulsive and Process Addictions
The human person is resilient and when we are faced with traumatic situations, most can naturally recover. Some individuals, however, have difficutly adjusting after trauma and they become "stuck" in the recovery process. When this happens, it creates disruption and psychological distress.

Common trauma disorders are:
Acute Stress, Adjustment, and Post-Traumatic Stress
People seek clinical services for many reasons - these are just a few of them!