Providing a range of services for individual clients experiencing the challenges of

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Have concerning symptoms or a recent or long-time diagnosis? They can be overcome with a specialist in ASD.  


Anxiety that affects daily living is harmful. Managing your anxiety leads to greater overall well-being. 


The effects of depression need not derail you. Resolving barriers to good health is the focus of effective therapy.

Approaches to therapy include the use of evidence-based techniques:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of “solutions-oriented” talk therapy that helps clients address their emotions, behaviors, and thoughts by discerning underlying beliefs that may be at odds with reality. It is appropriate for people of all ages, including children, adolescents, and adults.

Social Skills Training (SST)

Social Skills Training (SST) is a form of behavior therapy used to help persons who have difficulties relating to other people. By identifying and understanding the verbal and nonverbal behaviors involved in social interactions, clients can become more socially competent.

Stress Inoculation Training

Stress inoculation training – or SIT for short – essentially “inoculates” individuals against the effects of stress by preparing them to handle it effectively in advance. Developed by psychologist Donald Meichenbaum, the idea is that by preparing for the impact of stressful situations, clients can build resistance to powerful stressors.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) helps clients learn a range of skills to manage and regulate emotions. It is helpful for clients that wish to improve their ability to tolerate negative emotions, live in the present moment, and communicate more effectively with others.

Personalization of techniques address a range of issues

Therapy with an individual and personalized approach is meant to help clients through the use of various techniques. Sessions may also be adjusted to accommodate couples, parents, siblings, and/or client’s children in therapy.