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Psychiatric Care Second to None
Our goal at Psych Dimensions Inc. is to offer exceptional care to our clientele. Our superior team of master’s level psychotherapists has unique sub-specialties and advanced training in a variety of fields, including trauma, grief, and addiction. Each member of our clinical services team provides unique solution-focused and results-driven psychotherapy. Our approach includes the added component of psychoeducation to help clients gain a better understanding of self, enabling them to work towards the best version of themselves.
Our psychotherapists draw from a wide variety of specialized interventions and evidence-based practices:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, one of the most common evidenced-based practices, rooted in the concept that your thoughts, feelings, physical sensations and actions are interconnected. CBT aims to help you deal with overwhelming problems in a more positive way by breaking them down into smaller parts. You’re shown how to change these negative patterns to improve the way you feel.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, incorporating several components of a person’s overall emotional well-being including skills of mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness (boundaries and assertive communication), distress tolerance, and emotional regulation.
Solution Focused Therapy, a goal-directed collaborative approach to creating positive change that is conducted through the observation of clients’ responses to a series of questions creating the opportunity to achieve resolutions to present and future situations.
Psychoeducation Therapy, presenting valuable information to allow a client to create better self-awareness and ultimately fostering a path to changing unhealthy forms of thinking, feeling, behaving.
Family/Systemic Therapy, a helpful approach to assist clients in understand family dynamics and relationships creating the opportunity to resolve past/present conflicts and internal healing.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), an eight-phase treatment that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Along with treating symptoms of trauma and PTSD it can be utilized to treat unhelpful or negative thought patterns that can occur for those struggling with Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Grief, and Phobias.
Existential/Humanistic Therapy, useful in answering the big questions of “Why am I here? What is the point of my life?” and aids in answering the big life questions that often make us feel insignificant or lost.
Rational/Emotive Behavioral Therapy, includes the development of merging your emotional and rational mind, helps identify if your mood and its intensity, persistence, and pervasiveness are appropriate for a given stressful situation.
Positive Psychology, useful in understanding and fulfilling specific tenants of human happiness, helps clients target specific activities and cognitive frameworks that aid in producing the most satisfying life experience.