DBT combines CBT and Mindfulness along with a set of tangible skills for coping with stress, regulating emotions, and improving relationships. In DBT, we learn to find balance between emotions and rationale, between the heart and the head. Learn more.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is one of the most researched treatments for depression and anxiety as well as most other mental health issues. In CBT, clients focus on challenging and modifying perceptions, self-talk and core beliefs.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR uses bilateral stimulation, most typically from horizontal eye movements, to integrate right and left sides of the brain and allow for reprocessing of stuck memories or beliefs that maintain anxiety and trauma responses.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
ACT focuses on learning acceptance of the present experience (which leads to peace and problem-solving) as opposed to fighting it or rejecting it (which leads to suffering and more problems). Commitment refers to identifying one’s values and engaging in actions committed to those values. Learn more about our ACT Group
Prolonged Exposure (PE)
Fear feeds on fear. By avoiding that which you fear, you make that fear grow. In Prolonged Exposure, the therapist assists the client in facing fears or past experiences and, in doing so, overcoming them.
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
MBCT is an evidence-based protocol for reducing the occurrence of rebound depression by teaching participants in the program to have a new relationship with ruminating thoughts. Through mindfulness practices, clients in MBCT learn to control the mind-chatter and find peace. Learn More about our MBCT Group