K.D. works with OCD, Depression, Anxiety, Phobias, Panic Disorder, perfectionism, overachieving, PTSD and CPTSD. She is EMDR Certified, DBR trained in all 3 levels, and infuses Trauma -Informed Therapy, ERP, Exposure Therapy, DBT, and RODBT.
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IF YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE ARE GRAPPLING WITH ANXIETY, PHOBIAS, PANIC ATTACKS, TRAUMA, DEPRESSION, AUTISM, ADHD, OVERACHIEVING, PERFECTIONISM, OBSESSIONS, AND COMPULSIONS, DISCOVER A SAFE PLACE TAILORED FOR ADULTS, ADOLESCENTS, AND RELATIONSHIPS FACING VARIOUS CHALLENGES.
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We celebrate all forms of diversity - neurodiversity, cultural diversity, religious diversity, and diverse sexual identities and orientations. Our mission surpasses the boundaries of navigating complex emotions and cultural expectations; it's about fostering an open dialogue, free from judgment or bias, leading to tailored solutions that are diligently reinforced. Rest assured, our highly trained clinicians, armed with evidence-based practices, are committed to providing you with comprehensive and effective therapy.
We deeply respect the uniqueness and autonomy of each individual, while offering understanding, acceptance, and accountability in every therapeutic encounter.
Individual therapy, also known as psychotherapy or counseling, is a one-on-one therapeutic process where clients work with a mental health professional to explore feelings, beliefs, and behaviors, address traumatic memories, set personal goals, and work towards desired change. Therapy sessions can be conducted in various settings, including therapists' offices or online platforms, and the frequency and duration depend on individual needs and progress. Therapists may use different techniques and modalities tailored to each client's specific issues, evolving over time as therapy progresses.
Family counseling, also known as family therapy, helps family members improve communication and resolve conflicts. It focuses on the family as a unit or on the relationships within the family. The goal is to address problems affecting family dynamics and foster understanding and harmony among family members. Sessions cover various issues such as marital problems, conflict between parents and children, substance abuse, mental illness, and major life transitions. The therapist helps family members identify their roles and behaviors that contribute to conflict and find ways to work through these issues together. Family therapy teaches skills to deepen family connections and navigate stressful times. The duration and frequency of sessions vary based on the family's needs and the therapist's approach.
Reliaonship Therapy is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on helping relationships of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their connection. These sessions provide a platform for couples to explore their issues in a safe and structured environment, promoting effective communication and offering tools to deal with challenges constructively.
This therapy addresses various issues, including emotional disconnect, communication problems, sexual difficulties, conflicts in child rearing or blended families, infidelity, substance abuse, and anger. During sessions, the therapist helps partners view their relationship objectively, learn to stop blaming each other, and develop skills to improve communication, problem-solving, and rational discussion of differences. Relationship counseling provides tools for better communication, negotiation, problem-solving, and healthier arguing. It is typically short-term, lasting from a few sessions to several months, depending on the unique issues and willingness to make changes.