Individual Therapy Modalities



Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a well-established, evidence-based therapy that focuses on identifying and challenging negative thought patterns and behaviors. It empowers individuals to develop healthier cognitive processes and adopt more adaptive responses to stress and emotional challenges. By fostering self-awareness and personal growth, CBT helps individuals address a wide range of psychological issues, from anxiety and depression to stress and relationship problems.

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

TF-CBT is a specialized form of cognitive-behavioral therapy designed specifically for individuals who have experienced trauma. It integrates trauma-sensitive interventions with cognitive-behavioral techniques to help individuals process and overcome traumatic experiences. TF-CBT is particularly effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, and depression, helping individuals build resilience and reclaim a sense of safety and control in their lives.

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

CPT is a cognitive-behavioral approach specifically tailored for addressing the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related conditions. It focuses on helping individuals confront and reframe unhelpful beliefs related to their trauma, promoting cognitive and emotional healing. Through guided therapeutic exercises, individuals learn to challenge and modify these beliefs, leading to reduced trauma-related symptoms and enhanced emotional well-being.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)

MBCT combines traditional cognitive behavioral techniques with mindfulness strategies to help individuals better understand and manage their thoughts and emotions. It encourages present-moment awareness and acceptance, which can be particularly beneficial for those struggling with recurrent depressive episodes, anxiety, or stress. By cultivating mindfulness, individuals can develop a more compassionate and non-judgmental relationship with their thoughts and feelings.

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

IFS is an innovative psychotherapeutic approach that recognizes and addresses the multiple sub-personalities or "parts" within each individual. By understanding and healing these parts, individuals can achieve greater self-harmony, balance, and emotional healing. IFS is particularly effective in addressing issues related to trauma, self-esteem, and chronic stress, promoting a cohesive and empowered sense of self.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a comprehensive cognitive-behavioral treatment that emphasizes the development of coping skills to manage emotional distress and improve relationships. It integrates techniques of mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness, making it particularly effective for individuals with borderline personality disorder, chronic suicidality, or self-harm behaviors. DBT helps individuals build a life worth living through enhanced emotional and interpersonal skills.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that encourages individuals to embrace their thoughts and feelings rather than fighting or feeling guilty for them. It utilizes mindfulness strategies to help individuals live and behave in ways consistent with their personal values, even in the face of painful experiences. ACT is effective in treating a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, and chronic pain, by fostering psychological flexibility and value-driven behavior.