At the heart of psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, lies the goal of empowering individuals to overcome mental health challenges and emotional difficulties. Whether it's dealing with the struggles of daily life, the aftermath of trauma or loss, or specific mental disorders such as bipolar or anxiety, psychotherapy can offer a path to recovery and improved well-being.

Our experienced therapists utilize a range of evidence-based techniques tailored to the unique needs of each patient, to help them address their challenges and reach their full potential. From a variety of psychotherapeutic approaches, to the careful consideration of medications and other therapies, we work closely with our patients to find the best solution for their individual journey. With a supportive, non-judgmental environment, we offer a path to healing, growth, and resilience

Therapy Sessions

Therapy may be conducted in an individual, family, couple, or group setting, and can help both children and adults. Sessions are typically held based on an individualized treatment plan. It usually lasts 50 mins per session. Both clients and therapists need to be actively involved in psychotherapy. The trust and relationship between a person and his/her therapist are essential to working together effectively and benefiting from psychotherapy.

Psychotherapy can be short-term (a few sessions), dealing with immediate issues, or long-term (months or years), dealing with longstanding and complex issues. The goals of treatment and arrangements for how often and how long to meet are planned jointly by the client and therapist.

Issues we address

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Learning Disorder

Anger Management


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)



Panic Disorder

Anxiety Disorder

Autism Spectrum Disorder


Conduct Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

Behavior Issues

Attachment Disorder


Insomnia and other Sleep Disorder

Emotional Abuse

Emotional Dysregulation

Social Anxiety


Family Conflict

Grief/Loss Unresolved

Eating Disorder

Mood Disorder

Impulse Control Disorder

Personality Disorder

Domestic Abuse

Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED)

Separation Anxiety

Self Esteem Issues

Intellectual Developmental Disorder (IDD)

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)


Substance Abuse


And Much More

“Mental health problems don't define who you are. They are something you experience. You walk in the rain and you feel the rain, but you are not the rain.”

– Matt Haig