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CTC provides individual, couples, and family therapy. Our Therapists work with young children and their parents, tweens, teens, young adults, college students, and adults.

Life struggles are inevitable and you don’t need to wait until there is a “problem” to seek therapy. It takes strength and courage to ask for help and sometimes the hardest thing to do is to take the first step in asking for support.  We believe that therapy can enrich people’s lives and relationships. We have worked with clients to overcome challenges and dramatically improve their lives.

CTC therapists are trained in a variety of forms of therapy including:

  • Individual Therapy

    • ​Psychodynamic Therapy
    • Relational Therapy
    • Relational Cultural Theory
    • Feminist Psychotherapy
    • Narrative Therapy
    • Family Systems Therapy
  • Couple Therapy

    • Emotional Focused therapy
    • Gottman Method
  • Mind/Body Therapy

    • Mindfulness
    • Somatic Experiencing
    • Yoga-Informed Therapy
  • Trauma Therapy

    • Somatic Experiencing
    • Psychodynamic Therapy
    • Relational Therapy
    • Creative,Expressive, and Play Therapy
    • Yoga Informed Therapy
    • Mindfulness
  • Child Therapy

    • Creative,Expressive, and Play Therapy
    • Relational Therapy​
    • Sand Tray Therapy
  • Family Therapy

    • Creative,Expressive, and Play Therapy
    • Relational Therapy​
    • Family Systems Therapy

Improving life satisfaction/balance

  • Finding your life’s passion
  • Developing goals for the future
  • Improving self-esteem
  • Increasing mindfulness and self-awareness
  • Reducing feelings of hopelessness/depression
  • Reducing feelings of stress/anxiety
  • Decreasing social anxiety
  • Understanding and resolving identity or spirituality concerns/confusion
  • Understanding multicultural/bicultural identity issues/experiences
  • Coping with career/work stressors

Healing and Resiliency

  • Coping with difficult life events
  • Overcoming grief and loss
  • Processing and healing from past experiences of discrimination (isms such as racism/sexism and homophobia)
  • Processing/Healing from past trauma/abuse

Health and Wellness

  • Increasing mindfulness
  • Decreasing emotional eating
  • Decreasing/managing chronic pain

Relationship and Family Issues

  • Improving Relationships
  • Improving social relationships/friendships
  • Healing and moving on from a divorce or break up
  • Healing and moving on after infidelity
  • Adjustment to marriage/parenthood/motherhood/fatherhood
  • Coping with relationship/family/parenting concerns
  • Managing parenting struggles
  • Improving parenting skills and behavior management
  • Coping with parenting a special needs child
  • Exploring sexual relationships to improve overall sexual health
  • Providing support for non-heteronormative relationships

Men’s Issues

  • Adjustment to parenthood/fatherhood
  • Managing marital and parenting stressors
  • Processing/healing from past sexual abuse/sexual assault
  • Managing societal pressures and expectation that are unique to men

Child and Teen Issues

  • Improving self-esteem
  • Increasing mindfulness
  • Reducing feelings of stress/anxiety
  • Reducing feelings of hopelessness/depression
  • Coping with difficult life events
  • Overcoming grief and loss
  • Healing from past trauma/abuse
  • Preparing for high school/college
  • Managing academic stressors
  • Improving social relationships/friendships
  • Decreasing social anxiety
  • Decreasing separation anxiety
  • Dealing with peer pressure

Women’s Issues

  • Coping with infertility
  • Improving body image
  • Managing prenatal/postnatal depression
  • Adjustment to parenthood/motherhood
  • Processing/healing from past sexual abuse/sexual assault
  • Managing societal pressures and expectations that are unique to women