Sometimes there are specific skills that we want to learn quickly. Group therapy follows an itinerary that covers empirically-validated treatment format that is faster paced than individual therapy with the safety of being led by a trained therapist. Another benefit of group is having this sense of not being alone in the struggle and learning from watching like-minded people grow alongside you.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
A skills-based group that is comprised of a series of mental health survival skills that focus on crisis management, mindfulness, regulating emotions, and relationship skills.
A skills-based group specifically designed to address trauma by focusing on the need for safety, humanistic goals in healing (i.e., self-compassion and honesty), and minimizing compulsive forms of coping (i.e., abusing alcohol and other drugs, binge eating, and other numbing behaviors).
Online individual therapy
Typically once a week for 45- 50 minutes. Therapy proceeds as standard, office-based therapy but is meant to accommodate long-distance clients. Online therapy is not considered to be an appropriate form of therapy for minors.
Supervision / consultation
- Catherine Jones, LMHC and Virginia Walls, LMHC provides clinical supervision for Registered Mental Health Counselor Interns.
- Catherine is certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and can also provide consultation for professionals.
- Virginia is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy and provides consultation for professionals.
Hold Me Tight Intensive Weekends
Hold Me Tight (HMT)© couples weekends provides an opportunity for you to understand your relationship differently, so you can increase your loving engagement, problem solve those tough, nagging issues, and strengthen your communication skills through private exercises with your partner. These weekends are only available seasonally. Please sign up for our waitlist, so we can contact you for the next HMT weekend.