Peace of Mind Therapy is a specialized practice, however, each of our therapists is a generalist first and foremost. This means that we have a diverse set of experience, expertise, and knowledge that goes beyond our specializations allowing us the ability to work with a wide range of clients and concerns. Click on any of the specialty areas below to learn more.
Communication, parenting, and intimacy are common concerns among couples. We often work with couples, blended families, partners experiencing differences or conflict around religion and partners displaying problematic behaviors. When working with couples, we use the Gottman Approach with unique tools and interventions to help relationships and couples manage conflict and “turn towards” each other instead of away from each other.
We work with many couples to provide support and help transition through a divorce and after. We can help guide you through common concerns during this process such as communication, betrayal and children.
Grief is unfamiliar territory for so many people. Feeling associated with grief are some of the strongest, confusing and most debilitating. It is so important to work through feeling of grief instead of trying to hide or avoid it.
Just like families, relationships exist in business too. When these relationships work, they nurture success, but when they fail it can be damaging to the bottom line, the reputation of the business and future growth. We work with businesses, partners and owners to help evolve and grow positive relationships using communication tools, inherent strengths and developing better rapport to move forward.
We work with children 10 years and up that may be displaying problematic behaviors such as regression of biological age, aggression, increased attachment, and withdrawal when concerns arise in families. These concerns may be divorce or loss, changing sibling relationships or a significant move. We are happy to speak with parents to determine if we feel that we can provide help, or we can guide parents in the right direction.
Sometimes finding words to navigate depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, loss, sexual and gender identity etc. can be difficult. Art is a wonderful tool to integrate into the process of traditional therapy. Adults, teens and kids alike can benefit from tapping the “right side” of their brain when exploring the underlying emotions, thoughts, and experiences that may bring them to therapy.