We provide brief evidence-based therapies with children, adolescents, and adults. We offer individual therapy, group therapy, parent coaching, and couple therapy. 

Our treatment approach focuses and builds on a client’s strengths and skills. Our therapies are skills-based, goal-oriented, and brief.

We specialize in evidence-based therapy tools including: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness, and social skills coaching. Through play, discussion, interactive exercises, and psycho-education — we build resilience, emotion regulation, empathy, assertive communication, coping tools, distress tolerance, and friendship-relationship skills.

Our small team of therapists are compassionate and comprehensively trained. We help our clients manage stress, and cope with anxiety, anger, and build interpersonal effectiveness and social interaction skills.

We appreciate neurodiversity. We support our clients through developmental life challenges including grief, loss, separation, and divorce. We specialize in working with multicultural, international, and adoptive families.

Individual Therapy

We specialize in working with multicultural clients presenting with mild to moderate challenges and/or exceptional needs. Our treatment is brief, skills-based, individualized, and collaborative.

Group Therapy

Group Therapy is tailored and beneficial for children and adolescents who are motivated to practice their social emotional skills with compatible peers. Social emotional skills are taught and rehearsed with peers and a therapist in a naturalistic setting. We build  life-long skills in a safe and small group setting. Playing and learning with a group of peers creates natural opportunities to generalize one’s skills.

Parent Coaching

We work closely with parents and help to refine and align parenting practices and foster family harmony. Our therapists provide tailored interventions informed by empirically-supported parenting programs. Our Parent Coaching program is designed for partners, co-parents, or single parents.

Couple Therapy

We work together with couples in therapy to build a healthier relationship and change negative behavior or maladaptive patterns. We facilitate positive communication and healthy coping tools. Our approach is collaborative, goal-oriented, direct, and brief.



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