Unfortunately, time may not heal all wounds we encounter in life. This means that sometimes we need to seek out additional help to facilitate healing. Whether these wounds are brand new or decades old, they can have devastating effects on our emotional state, relationships, mood, sense of self, social functioning and other aspects of daily life.

Our clincians work with children, teens and adults and specialize in the treatment of trauma and PTSD, complex trauma, grief and loss, recent traumatic events, attachment challenges, abuse and neglect, emotional issues, relationship and family difficulties, depression, anxiety, dissociative disorders, and many other challenges.

 Trained and certified in several therapeutic modalities, our practice is integrative based on developmental age and therapeutic need, and centered around EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Attachment, Internal Family Systems, Somatic Therapies, Hypnotherapy and a strong Client-Centered basis. Our clinicans have a wide array of certifications and suit their psychotherapeutic interventions to meet the needs of individual clients.

 Understanding that our life experiences inform who we are today helps shape the work that is done in session. Our practice believes in creating a safe and compassionate environment that is supportive of building a strong therapeutic relationship. Our passion is our work– helping clients find and build solutions to create healing.

Please visit call or email our office to inquire about availability and to speak about scheduling an appointment. Our clinicians are eager to work with clients who wish to move in a new direction in their lives.

What is EMDR?

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a highly effective, evidenced-based psychotherapy where various procedures and protocols are used to address traumatic experiences. One of the procedural elements is “dual stimulation” using either bilateral eye movements, tones or taps. Clients generally experience the emergence of insights, changes in memories, or new associations during EMDR, helping the alleviation of symptoms of the trauma. To learn more about EMDR, please watch the video below, or visit