Our therapists use a variety of approaches from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to Psychodynamic techniques. You can learn more about each therapist's approach by checking out our easy-to-search directory with therapist videos and biographies. Often the type of therapy employed is less important than the strength of you and your therapist's relationship. Studies show that the most successful outcomes in therapy occur when there is a strong connection between you and your therapist. So if your therapist uses CBT or Psychodynamic techniques (or both, or neither,) keep in mind it’s the therapeutic relationship that matters most. As long as you feel like your therapist is a good fit for you, then you’re on a good path.
We’re about keeping things easy, but if you want to know more, please check out the links about popular therapy modalities. And keep in mind, most therapists incorporate components of various modalities so if there’s one that resonates with you, be sure and chat with your therapist about it. Lastly, if at any time we think you could benefit from a specific modality your therapist doesn’t practice then we will make appropriate referrals.