• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Every major life experience we have carries with it a message – something we end up believing about ourselves or about others because of the experience. Based on these internal (and often unrecognized) messages, we assemble a little bag of behaviors that help us cope and survive. But when the message itself is faulty or distorted in some way, these behaviors can backfire, and sabotage our ability to have healthy relationships and maintain a healthy perspective on ourselves, others, and the world.
  • Solution-Focused Therapy: A thorough understanding of the problems and painful experiences you are struggling with is an important part of our journey. But it is just one part of a much bigger picture that includes your power to overcome these problems, your resilience in the face of difficulties, and your own unique abilities to transform your life.
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: Unfortunately, negative experiences and emotional wounds in life are inevitable. Ironically, focusing on trying to “forget” the past just gives it more power over our lives. The ongoing choices we make to live the life we want now, despite the painful memories of the past, are what will determine our future.