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Clinical Services

Court Involved Clinical Services
The Practice provides both court-appointed and court-Ordered therapy. Both involve the psychotherapeutic treatment of a parent, child, couple or family undertaken as a result of being ordered by a Judge. In court-appointed matters, the Judge should specify my name in the Order as the professional to provide the service; whereas in court-Ordered matters, the Judge will not designate the name of a specific professional to conduct treatment.


Anger Management
Anger is a normal human emotion; it is how we express our anger that matters. This does not mean suppressing anger or denying it exists. The premise of anger management is to learn constructive and meaningful ways of expressing and managing this emotion.


Divorce Counseling
Anger is a normal human emotion; it is how we express our anger that matters. This does not mean suppressing anger or denying it exists. The premise of anger management is to learn constructive and meaningful ways of expressing and managing this emotion.


Family Therapy
Family therapy is a branch of psychotherapy that is meant to help initiate change and nurture development in intimate relationships between family members.


Individual Therapy
I have treated many people who have a variety of different types of anxiety including generalized anxiety disorders, social anxiety, panic disorders, phobias and obsessive-compulsive disorders.


Marriage Counseling
The Gottman Method is an approach to marital and couples’ therapy that involves a thorough assessment of the relationship and integrates research-based interventions.


Reunification therapy
Reunification therapy is a process designed to improve or reestablish the relationship between a parent and child. The focus of reunification therapy is on ascertaining the source of the refuse-resist dynamic between the rejected parent and child and thereafter working with the family to build or rebuild a healthy and connected relationship with the rejected parent. Reunification therapy is not an alienation evaluation.