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    Our Approach

    Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

    TFCBT addresses the emotional and mental health needs of children, adolescents, adult survivors, and families who are struggling to overcome the destructive effects of early trauma. TFCBT is especially sensitive to the unique issues of youth with post-traumatic stress and mood disorders resulting from abuse, violence, or grief. When the client is a child, TFCBT often brings non-offending parents or other caregivers into treatment.
    Business Hours: 7am CST-6pm CST

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    CBT is a short-term form of psychotherapy directed at current issues and based on the idea that how an individual thinks and feels affects the way he or she behaves. The goal of CBT therapy is to change clients' thought patterns, which in turn changes their responses to difficult situations. CBT is appropriate for children, adolescents, and adults and for individuals, families, and couples. It has been found to be effective in the treatment of depression, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, general stress, anger issues, panic disorders, agoraphobia, social phobia, eating disorders, marital difficulties, obsessive-compulsive disorder, childhood anxiety and depressive disorders.
    Business Hours: 7am CST-6pm CST

    Person-Centered Therapy

    Person-centered therapy uses a non-authoritative approach that allows clients to take more of a lead in discussions so that, in the process, they will discover their own solutions. I encourage and support the client to guide the therapeutic process without interrupting or interfering with the client’s process of self-discovery. Person-centered therapy is ideal for anyone who wants more self-confidence, a stronger sense of identity, the ability to build healthy interpersonal relationships, and to trust his or her own decisions. EMDR treats PTSD, Anxiety disorders including but not limited to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
    Business Hours: 7am CST-6pm CST

    Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

    Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a cognitive-behavioral therapy (treatment that focuses on thoughts and feelings) for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, and related conditions. PTSD can develop when an individual experiences a traumatic event such as physical and sexual abuse or assault, accidents, threats, military combat, or being a witness to violence or death. CPT focuses on the connections between thoughts, feelings, behavior and bodily sensations. CPT is an evidenced based therapy which means that it has been proven to be effective through rigorous scientific research. CPT provides a way to understand why recovery from traumatic events is difficult and how symptoms of PTSD affect daily life. The focus is on identifying how traumatic experiences change thoughts and beliefs, and how thoughts influence current feelings and behaviors. An important part of the treatment is addressing ways of thinking that might keep individuals “stuck” and get in the way of recovery from symptoms of PTSD and other problems.
    Business Hours: 7am CST-6pm CST


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    Business Hours: 7am CST-6pm CST

    What is PCIT?

    Parent Child Interaction Therapy is an evidence-based treatment for young children with behavioral problems. PCIT is conducted through "coaching" sessions during which you and your child are in a playroom while the therapist is in an observation room watching you interact with your child. Parents wear a "bug-in-the-ear" device (headphones) through which the therapist provides in-the-moment coaching on skills you are learning to manage your child's behavior. "PCIT is not meant to teach parents how to parent their children but to positively set both the parent and their child's expectations when it comes to communicating and exciting desired behaviors. " - Mary Page Diaz Estabillo, LMSW Therapist.