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We provide different options of high-quality psychological services based on your available resources and needs.

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Individual therapy is a form of psychotherapy where you work one on one with a therapist to identify and address psychological issues. It involves assessment, developing treatment plans, gaining new insights, and practicing new skills. These interventions aim to improve your emotional experience and functioning through changes in behaviors and way of thinking. Individual therapy is confidential, tailored, and personal. As Rome wasn't built in a day, therapy is often the beginning of your journey to increased self-awareness, quality of life, articulation of feelings and needs, improvement of relationships, better sleep, and coping.

Individual Therapy

One-time visits (OTV) are tailored for people who cannot commit to standard therapy for any reason (e.g., time, finances, or readiness). OTVs are consultations based on coping-oriented, first-line interventions. They provide you with focused, evidence-based psychological interventions and principles to help you best cope with your stressors or distress on an as-needed basis. While it may sound too good to be true, OTVs are not for everyone. People who already know what they are struggling with and are committed to grow, change, and practice new skills tend to benefit from OTVs.

One-Time Visits

Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy where you address a specific issue with a group of people that is led by a therapist. Different types of groups (psychoeducational, skills development, supportive, process-oriented, etc) aim to help you to address psychological, interpersonal, behavioral, or other issues in a safe and mutually-supportive environment.

Group Therapy

Psychological testing is a tool used by psychologists to measure and gather information about a person's thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and functioning by conducting various evidence-based tests, assessments, and interviews. Results from a psychological testing helps a mental health provider arrive at a diagnosis, formulate a conceptualization, and develop treatment recommendations. There are different types of tests available depending on the need (e.g., academic, vocational, neuropsychological etc).  

Psychological Testing


Evidence-based Treatment

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)
Psychodynamic Therapy
​Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Psychodiagnostic assessment

What We Treat

Generalized Anxiety

Social Anxiety

Panic Disorder

Specific Phobias

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


Adjustment Disorders

Insomnia and Sleep Issues

Life transitions



Medical Disability Exception (N-648)

Immigrant and Expatriates issues

Interpersonal issues

Stress and burnout


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