Individual Psychotherapy

Psychodynamic psychotherapy is the process of examining feelings and emotions, linking them to words, and connecting personal history with current life events and relationships.

Sometimes words are not enough to get to the source of the discomfort, which is why our psychotherapists are trained in interpersonal neuro-affective-biology—placing them at the cutting edge of clinical research and psychotherapy. Sensory body-oriented processing is necessary, we now know, in order to understand and then change behaviors or distorted beliefs that may interfering with living life to its full potential.