Our Services

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Life is complicated and sometimes becomes overwhelming. Whether your symptoms are biological, situational or relational, our therapists are here when you are ready. Together you and your therapist will develop tools to help you move forward.

Our skilled and compassionate team works with individuals, couples, families and groups. We serve people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Our team has expertise in treating children, adolescents, and adults experiencing a wide array of behavioral health issues including:

  • Depression, Grief, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation, Bipolar
  • Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Performance Anxiety, School Avoidance, Panic, Phobias, Obsessions/Compulsions
  • Problem Behavior, Attention Deficits, Executive Functioning, Lack of Motivation, Oppositional/Defiant Behavior, Self-Harm, Anger Management, Verbal/Physical Aggression
  • Healing from Trauma, PTSD
  • Life Transitions, Launching Young Adults, LGBTQIA issues, Premarital Counseling, Couples Therapy, Perinatal Wellness, New Parents, Strengthening Family Relationships, Adjusting to Divorce or Empty Nest

Our therapists use a combination of empirically-grounded treatment approaches selected to best meet each client’s needs. For more information on theoretical approaches, click here.

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Mindset provides coaching for those times when you need someone objective at your side. Our team is ready to supportively challenge you as you navigate personal challenges or career goals. We can empower you to advocate for yourself professionally, or as you engage with school or medical bureaucracies.

Our coaching services include:

  • Parent Coaching
  • Educational Advocacy (support interacting with the education system regarding special education services, IEP, 504)
  • Sport/Athletic Performance Coaching
  • Business/Career Coaching
    • Personal Professional – “managing up”, sound boarding, management techniques, scheduling fit, assertiveness, office politics, balancing work and personal life
    • Executive/Managerial/Supervisory – leadership style, communication across levels, time management, work/life balance, working as a team
    • Team – appreciating diversity, roles, and responsibilities, rules of engagement, team empowerment

In some cases, coaching fees can be submitted to health insurance.

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We offer a broad menu of consulting services to individuals, organizations and the community. We can execute single projects, supervise your clinical experience as you build or refresh your counseling skills, educate your staff on behaviors in the classroom or workplace, or perform full-scale organizational health assessments, just to name a few.

    Our consulting services include:

    Clinical Supervision

    • NASW Registered Supervisor
    • Pre-licensed therapists working toward independent clinical licensure (LCSW or LCPS)
    • Case Consultation to enhance clinical practice (individual, groups)

    Small Business/Organizational Consulting

    • Project Management
    • Human Resources
    • Process Improvement/Process Design & Mapping
    • Training Assessment, Design/Development and Delivery
    • Vendor Management
    • Strategic Planning
    • Organizational Development
    • Internal Communications
    • Executive Advisory Services
    • Compliance (HIPAA, ISO, ADA, etc.)
    • ISO Audit prep and ISO audits


    Topics are customizable and fees negotiable based on audience size, presentation length and travel distance. Some examples:

    • Mental Health
    • Wellness, Self-Care, Stress Management
    • Effective Parenting
    • Healthy Communication
    • Strengthening Relationships
    • Team Building
    • Organizational Health

    Theoretical Approaches

    Our Mindset Counseling Team uses an Integrative Therapeutic Approach combining elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research for a flexible and inclusive approach to treatment based on each client’s needs and goals. Some of the therapy approaches we are likely to incorporate include:

    Psychodynamic Therapy

    Focusing on changing problematic behaviors, feelings, and thoughts by discovering their unconscious meanings and motivations. Based on Sigmund Freud’s concepts of Psychoanalysis it has been extended and modified since his early formulations.

    Behavior Therapy

    Focuses on learned healthy and unhealthy behaviors. Ivan Pavlov’s original ideas from the 1950s have been refined and emphasize understanding and maximizing the effectiveness of conditioning, rewards, and consequences.

    Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

    CBT emphasizes the impact of people’s thoughts on their emotions and behaviors. Major figures who developed this approach were Albert Ellis and Aaron Beck. When using CBT, therapists will help clients become aware of and challenge unhelpful thought patterns.

    Client-Centered Therapy

    Grew out of Carl Rogers’ theories and centers on self-discovery without judgement or interpretation from the therapist. The process of expressing, listening, clarifying and self-editing thoughts and emotions encourages seeing oneself more clearly and provides a means toward healing and positive growth.

    Family Systems Therapy

    Is a form of psychotherapy that works to better understand clients’ issues through the lens of their family roles and dynamics both past and present. Families, couples and individuals can benefit from a Family Systems approach by improving awareness of and then working to shift old unhelpful thought and behavior patterns.

    Play Therapy

    Is most often used with young children. Through free play clients can explore thoughts and emotions with the goal of learning effective ways to express themselves and solve problems.

    Solution-Focused Therapy

    Concentrates on finding solutions in the present time and exploring one’s hope for the future. By specifically envisioning improvement if steps were taken to resolve problems, clients can become more open to creative thinking and identifying life-changing solutions.

    Positive Psychology

    Seeks to expand and give balance to therapeutic processes that focus on dysfunction by emphasizing positive concepts such as strength, optimism, spirituality, hopefulness, creativity, and perseverance.

    Life Coaching

    Focuses less on the pathological aspects of life. It is goal-oriented and concentrates on strengths and abilities that can be used in new and different ways to deal with challenges and enhance performance.

    Motivational Interviewing

    Is a counseling method that helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find the internal motivation they need to change their behavior. It is a practical, empathetic, and short-term process that takes into consideration how difficult it is to make life changes. It is often an initial stage of the treatment process.

    Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

    Combines standard cognitive-behavioral techniques including recognizing triggers that lead to reactive states and developing coping skills that help avoid undesired reactions with concepts of distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and mindful awareness.

    Exposure and Response Prevention

    Is a form of psychotherapy with roots in CBT. It is intended to help those with obsessive thoughts and anxiety by gradually exposing clients to stimuli that induce their maladaptive responses while developing healthier responses.