Best methods. Best results.
This practice managed by a doctoral-level psychologist is dedicated to providing therapy and evaluation services with the same high level of quality of care that one would expect from any other healthcare specialty area. We only provide assessment and treatment services that are grounded in research and established standards of best practices. This helps achieve the most accurate and effective results possible.
This practice provides empirically-supported individual treatment for children, adolescents, and adults as well as couples therapy. Every treatment begins with a diagnostic evaluation or couples interview followed by a discussion of the best treatment approach according to research to achieve the best outcome in the least amount of time. Consequently, most therapy services can be expected to be Behavioral or Cognitive-Behavioral in nature for most situstions. Treatment can generally be expected to last between 12 and 16 for many conditions, although some follow-up sessions can help reduce relapse, and ongoing stressors, chronic disorders, and complex situations could add to treatment length. Patients will collaborate to establish measurable goals with which to track treatment success, so patients can be objectively aware that treatment is working to improve their lives. All methods are vetted by psychologists dedicated to delivering the highest quality of therapy services.
We conduct psychological assessments related to a number of areas, including diagnostic clarification, learning disorder, neurodevelopmental disorders, disability, guardianship, parenting capacity, adoption, and policing. Only psychometrically sounds instruments are used in conjunction with appropriate cultural and developmental considerations in line with the standards of practice and specialty guidelines for the particular type of evaluations. Most assessments are completed within one evaluation period, and results can generally be expected within two weeks for most evaluations. Evaluations are conducted by psychologists with additional training, extensive training, and experience teaching psychological assessment.