Your presenting concern is viewed through a framework that includes understanding how multiple layers of influence, such as biological, psychological, spiritual, and familial-generational, co-create and maintain your concerns.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been shown to be an effective method for improving mental health and quality of life for concerns ranging from generalized anxiety to depression to eating disorders and more serious concerns.
Unlike other forms of therapy, CBT focuses on the “right now,” rather than deep-diving into the cause of the problem. It helps clients to recognize their own unproductive thoughts and behaviors in the moment and provides methods to change them.
CBT allows for self-reflection and self-correction.
CBT has been supported in both psychological research and clinical practice, and has been found to be as or more helpful than comparable techniques and medications.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Plus (CBT+)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Plus (CBT+) is an integration of multiple therapeutic techniques, specifically:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
All of these therapies are evidence-based and emphasize approaching problems from different perspectives.
CBT+ allows for a broader view of the presenting concern, and incorporates real-world problems into the framework. For example, CBT+ integrates concerns such as poverty, racism, and marginalization into the approach to treatment.
CBT+ also adds a stronger emphasis to relationships and dives further into the history of the client.
- Eating Psychology
Eating Psychology Coaching is an exciting and cutting edge approach developed by the Institute for the Psychology of Eating.
It effectively addresses concerns including:
Body image challenges
Various nutrition related health concerns
Oftentimes, our eating challenges are connected to work, money, relationships, family, intimacy, life stress, and so much more.
According to the Institute for the Psychology of Eating – In America:
Eating Psychology coaches are able to support you with both strategies and nutrition principles.
The strategies provided are doable, sustainable, and nourishing and, most importantly, yield results.
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- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Please see our Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) page here.
Please see our Bloom – Perinatal and Family Planning Therapy page here.
Please see our Pride Program and Resilience Group page here.