Our clinician array has a wide range of specialty to provide the most efficient and professional services to you. Our mission is to employ a personal, confidential, and professional approach that focuses on building strong patient trust, efficiently meet the needs and expectations of our patients, and place emphasis toward patient improvement while maintaining unsurpassed levels of ethical standards.
Clinical assessment is a process through which a psychology professional evaluates a patient's psychological, emotional, and behavioral well-being through open dialogue and the use of inventories, assessments, and tests. The face-to-face interview helps to gain a rich understanding of emotions, behaviors, thoughts, coping strategies for dealing with life’s challenges, and personal strengths. This comprehensive picture helps the clinician determine a diagnosis and suggest a course of treatment.
A treatment plan is an individualized, structured, and goal-oriented schedule of services with measurable objectives that promotes the maximum reduction of the recipient’s problem and restoration to the best possible functional level.
The deliberate integration of patient care activities between two or more participants involved in a patient’s care to facilitate the appropriate delivery of health care services.
Individual therapy is a process through which the patient works with the clinician one-on-one in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change.
Child psychotherapy is the creation of a therapeutic relationship which is almost solely focused on the emotional and social well-being of the child. It differs from adult therapy is several important ways, especially that the focus on treatment is very forward-oriented. Language in child therapy may be largely non-verbal during activities such as unstructured play and therapeutic games. Parents should expect goals such as building self esteem, improving communication skills, building stronger emotional repertoire, and improving emotional vocabulary.
Treatment is focused on identifying specific areas of conflict and aspects of their relationship they would like to change, and then develops a plan of action to improve each individual’s satisfaction and contentment. Expect to explore how your individual backgrounds, beliefs, thoughts, and behaviors may be impacting your relationship in both positive and negative ways. Immediate and pressing problems may be addressed while developing strategies for protecting and enhancing the long-term health and happiness of their relationship.