Our therapists are very experienced with different skillsets that match patients of varying backgrounds and mental health conditions. We handle patients with complex and developmental trauma, marital problems, and stressful work and home environments.
Our Therapeutic Offerings
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT will help you understand and change how your thoughts and behaviors can affect the way you feel and act. This type of psychotherapy is particularly helpful as an integrated treatment approach to chronic pain.
Interpersonal therapy. Under this approach, you will learn new ways to communicate or express your feelings. It can help with building and maintaining healthy relationships.
Psychodynamic therapy. During psychodynamic therapy, you will address how past experiences, such as those during childhood, can impact your current thoughts and behaviors. You may be unaware that this influence is even present.
Somatic therapy (somatic experiencing): A natural, neurobiological, body-oriented approach to healing trauma and other stress-related disorders. Trauma always happens in the body. It is a spontaneous protective mechanism used by the body to stop further or future potential damage. An embedded trauma response manifests as fight, flight, freezing, or fawning. The goal of somatic experiencing is the restoration of the authentic self through self-regulation, relaxation, wholeness, and aliveness.
Psychedelic Integration: Integration is the synthesis of the mind and body following the experience of a non-ordinary state of consciousness prompted by the ingestion of psychedelics. It is the process of exploring and sharing challenges and insights that arise during psychedelic experiences. Any feelings, sensations, and ideas brought about during your ketamine or other psychedelic experience can be meaningful for the process of healing. Integration is about creating the space to “make meaning” of those feelings, sensations, and ideas so that they can inform daily functioning.