This approach focuses on the interconnected aspects of an individual's physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Therapies are tailored to individual needs and include psychotherapy, mindfulness, yoga, and acupuncture, among others. The goal is to treat the whole person, promoting self-awareness and a sense of wholeness.
Couples therapy helps couples navigate relationship challenges and improve their relationship's health. It involves a therapist addressing communication issues, conflicts, and emotional dynamics. Techniques like cognitive-behavioral interventions and emotional-focused therapy are used to enhance communication, intimacy, and mutual understanding.
This therapy integrates mindfulness meditation with traditional therapeutic practices. It emphasizes present-moment awareness, non-judgmental observation, and acceptance of thoughts and emotions. Practices include meditation and breathing exercises, helping clients develop self-awareness and respond more skillfully to life's challenges.
Addiction and Recovery Therapy
This therapy addresses substance abuse and supports sobriety. Therapists work with clients to identify addiction causes, triggers, and develop coping strategies. The focus is on building a sustainable recovery lifestyle, addressing co-occurring mental health issues, and establishing support networks.
EMDR helps individuals process and heal from traumatic experiences using guided bilateral stimulation, like eye movements. It allows for reprocessing distressing memories, reducing their emotional impact. This therapy is effective for PTSD, anxiety, phobias, and other disturbing memories.