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Individual Therapy

The mode of treatment used is determined by your therapist and is dependent on the presenting problem bringing you in to therapy at this time, and symptoms you may presently be experiencing.  We offer different treatment modalities including but not limited to; Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Solution Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Internal Family Systems Therapy and Grief Therapy.

Common areas that are covered in individual therapy include self-improvement, self-esteem, personal growth, symptom reduction, trauma, grief and loss, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, stress, adjustment disorders, learning disorders, ADHD, autism, Asperger’s, parenting issues, infertility, and alcohol and drug addictions.  Individual therapy can help improve psychological and emotional functioning, decrease symptoms that cause distress, and provide insight so clients can learn more effective ways of living.

Relationship Therapy

We are relational beings, from the cradle to the grave we seek to feel safe and secure within our relationships with caregivers and later with our partners.  At Evolve we are happy to offer relationship therapy that is inclusive of all relationships.  Treatment modalities used with relational partners include both Gottman and Emotion Focused Therapy.  In addition to treating partners we also provide Family Therapy.  Treatment modalities used include Emotion Focused Family Therapy, Attachment Therapy, and Structural Therapy.

Common areas that are covered in relational therapy with partners include working to resolve communication difficulties, exploring sexual dissatisfaction and dysfunctions, creating deeper intimacy, dealing with loss or betrayal, negotiating life transitions more easily, gaining better understanding of one’s partner(s), and resolving conflicts.  The therapist is careful to take an objective, neutral stance and not take sides.  Couples therapy can help educate partners on ways to improve their relationships and have a happier and healthier outlook of each other.  Healthy and secure attachments in the relationship are the end goal.

Family therapy can help strained relationships, teach new coping skills and improve how your family works together. It helps families or individuals within a family understand and improve the way family members interact with each other and resolve conflicts.  It can involve parents and young children, parents and adult children, siblings, or extended family members.  Family therapy can help with issues such as separation and divorce, abuse, eating disorders, substance abuse, and chronic health issues.



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