Danielle specializes in treating Depression, Anxiety, Substance Use Disorders, and Trauma. She primarily uses Client-Centered, CBT, and Psychodynamic therapeutic approaches to take care of her clients.
Ben works with adults, adolescents & children in a wide variety of clinical settings. His therapeutic orientation includes CBT, Acceptance & Committment Therapy, and Exposure-Based Interventions.
Riddhi works with children, adolescents, adults, and families. She uses Cognitive-Behavioral, Acceptance-Commitment and DBT therapies to help her clients. She also conducts psychological testing for multiple purposes.
Nicole works with adolescents and adults. She uses Cognitive-Behavioral and Acceptance-Commitment therapies to help these individuals. Nicole also conducts psychological testing for multiple purposes.
Through clinical practice, ongoing training and education, Warren has acquired experiences and skills that allow him to utilize evidenced based approaches to help adults and youth who struggle with mood disorders, depression, anxiety, substance use, and other life adjustment issues.
Chris’s therapeutic approach is eclectic as he implements cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavior, mindfulness and existentialist therapies. He believe that all clients are unique and thus contructs his approach to their unique needs.
Piyali has extensive experience working with late adolescents and adults and can treat a range of difficulties from excessive worries & rumination, mood issues and difficulties with relationships. She also uses numerous styles of treatment approaches.
Nicole pushes her clients to grow and strive to be the best version of themselves using empathy, authenticity, relatability, and directness. Her empathy, transparency and humorous nature allows clients to quickly establish a therapeutic connection.
Emily believes that empathy, acceptance and genuineness are three qualities that are the foundation for building a trusting and supportive therapeutic relationship. She is dedicated to help her clients through difficult times, feel stronger, and advocate for any needs they may have.