Psychotherapy for Individuals and Families
We provide counseling and psychotherapy services for children, families, and individuals in Arabic and English. Our resiliency and strength-based approaches increase our clients’ self-awareness and their ability to utilize personal and community resources for profound skills building and empowerment.
Further, our team provides culturally sensitive psychotherapy to individuals of diverse backgrounds. Our team is comprised of registered psychotherapists (RP) who help clients with mental health-related issues, such as trauma, bullying, anxiety, depression, life transitions, domestic violence, divorce, school issues, child adjustment stress, technology addiction, sleeping disorders, family and spouse relationships, refugee and immigrant-related issues.
We accept extended insurance coverage, referrals from community agencies, health professionals, and governmental organizations.
Who needs psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a beneficial experience for everyone. It can particularly help the following:
- Individuals who are experiencing mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and/or sleeping problems.
- Individuals who are struggling with painful past experiences.
- Individuals who are experiencing continuous stressful circumstances and/or transition conditions, such as refugees and immigrants.
- Individuals/couples who are looking to improve and enrich their marital relationships.Individuals who are seeking self-growth and development.
When should you ask for help?
It is important to seek professional support if you experience the following symptoms:
- Losing interest in doing regular life activities or things you used to enjoy
- Feeling overwhelmed and losing control over managing duties and responsibilities
- Increased use of drugs, sedatives, psychological medications or smoking
- Change in eating and sleeping habits
What can you get out of psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy can teach you a range of life skills related to emotional regulation and self-improvement, such as how to:
- Manage and reduce stress
- Manage mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression
- Increase your self-confidence and assertiveness
- Set healthy boundaries and limits
- Process and overcome trauma and painful experiences
- Develop new habits and improve your lifestyle
- Improve relationships and social engagement