Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is based on the scientific fact that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people,situations,and events. The benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think to feel and act better even if the situation does not change.


Psychotherapy employs a range of techniques using dialogue to improve mental health through uncovering issues in an effort to discover underlying problems and find constructive solutions.


The objective is to utilize a subject's "trance state" to facilitate the activation of their personal resources. Hypnotherapy is used to modify behavior and emotional content, as well as for improvement in a wide range of areas, including pain, anxiety, stress, mood disorders, specific phobias, sleep problems, and test-taking or athletic performance. (For more information on the effectiveness of hypnotherapy, click here.)

A Developmental Approach to Therapy

This involves approaching personal development across the span of life, and encompasses social, emotional, biological and cultural factors.