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Modalities are tool clinicians use to help clients reach their goals.

These can range from cognitive, emotional and somatic approaches and vary from each clinician. Scroll below to learn more!

Cognitive Behavior Therapy, or CBT is used to

assist clients with understanding how thoughts affect emotions which in turn affects behaviors. Changing thoughts creates a domino effect allowing for changes in emotions and behaviors, creating change inwardly and outwardly.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy or, DBT 

is used to help clients develop skills to deal with intense emotions and regulate through mental challenges. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR is used to

assist clients with processing trauma or disturbing events using bilateral stimulation and reprocessing the events.

Emotionally Focused Therapy or, EFT 

is used to help clients improve their adult relationships through the understanding of attachment and bonding. 

Art Therapy, sometimes called Expressive Therapies is used to

assist clients with processing emotions and life evets through the use of creative expression: art, music, dance, writing etc. 

The Enneagram is a way of looking at Personality 

and is used to help clients better understand themselves and how they may approach the world and deal with issues.

Body-Mind Psychotherapy, helps with body connection and is used to

assist clients with connecting to body sensations and decrease time spent stuck in their heads. 

Emotion-Focused Therapy or EFT is a way of looking at Emotions 

and is used to help clients better understand their emotions and process unpleasant emotions.

Family Systems Therapy, thinks of families as an Emotional Unit and is used to

help families process conflict and learn how their family structure is affecting each member individually.

The Gottman Method is a form of Couples Therapy 

and is used to help couples increase intimacy and growth by improving connection through understanding and communication.

Holistic Psychotherapy, focuses on the Mind, Body, and Spirit connection and is used to

assist clients with understanding the connection between the three areas and how they affect each other. 

Imago Relationship Therapy, or IRT, is a form of couples therapy that focuses on Childhood Emotions 

and how these emotions affect the relationship dynamic, viewing conflict and the outcome of circumstances, not disharmony.

Jungian Psychotherapy, developed by Carl Jung is used to

assist clients with processing archetypes and patterns that affect how they process psychic images. 

Motivational Interviewing is gathering Information

through interviewing clients to help them make positive changes in behavior by increasing motivation.

Personality Informed Psychotherapy, focuses on Personality and is used to

help clients understand the various aspects of their personality and how it impacts their behaviors, moods and emotions.

Positive Psychology is a way of looking at Positive Influences 

in client's lives and identifying happiness through mental and emotional factors, increasing joy and liberation in each moment.

Strength-Based Therapy, focuses on Internal Strengths and

resources that a client has that can be built on to expand best qualities to improve behavior, mood and thoughts.

Systems Theory/Therapy is a Holistic approach

and is used to help clients look at the various parts that form the whole aspect of a system and how changes in different parts can affect the whole system. 

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, helps process Traumatic Experiences and is used to

assist clients with processing the emotional effects of trauma and ways it is affecting their life.