Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a general term for treating mental health problems by talking with a specialist. Through therapy, a patient can learn about his or her moods, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. It can help a patient to develop healthy coping skills in order to improve his or her quality of life. There are many specific types of psychotherapy, each with its own approach. The type of psychotherapy that’s right for you depends on your individual situation. We offer many different forms of psychotherapy and can work with you in order to figure out what type of treatment best suits your needs.

Adult Psychotherapy

There are many different events that occur for adults as they journey through their life cycle.  We provide psychological, relational, stress-related and emotional issues support and treatment as men and women are affected by various life issues.

Biological, neurobiological concerns as well as environmental stressors and lifestyle issues are addressed in the treatment process using Cognitive Behavioral, ACT and other therapy models.

Parenting and step-parenting issues which bring problems into an adult’s life be addressed using psychoeducation and psychotherapy.

Child & Adolescent Therapy

We offer many services for children and adolescents at Associates in Neuroscience such as individual talk therapy, parenting skills therapy and education, family therapy and group therapies.

Some of the concerns we address are attention issues ( Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Center), behavioral and attitude issues, mood swings, academic issues, social related issues, anxiety, depression, sleep issues, alcohol and/or drug use, family issues, school refusal and spectrum disorders.

Referrals come to us from parents, physicians, schools, other therapists and community agencies. We believe communication with parents, physicians, schools and other professionals working with the person is essential.

Couples Therapy

Many times couples struggle with communication, repairing and rebuilding relationships, solving problems, infidelity, parenting, adoption issues, divorce, sexual problems, financial difficulties and gay/lesbian issues.

Sessions strategically set up to address specific problems brought up by the couple, assist with identification of problem areas within the relationship and develop effective ways to develop solutions. Our staff is supportive, empathic and confrontational when necessary. We believe strong relationships are life-enhancing and bring peace to everyone in the relationship.

Group Therapy

Group support can be very helpful for individuals experiencing issues that can feel isolating, in particular anger/depression/anxiety issues. At Associates in Neuroscience we believe groups can foster healthy relationships for adults, adolescent girls and boys, as well as children who believe they are alone in their experiences.

Some children’s group focuses are anger management as well as creating, restoring and sustaining healthy relationships with peers and parents. Adolescent topics include anger management, dating, body image, teen health issues, stress management and goal setting and resiliency. Adult groups are developed with the specific needs of the individuals in mind.