Mindset Family Therapy

Treatment Philosophy

We take an integrative approach to therapy that is personally tailored to your situation and needs. We combine the best of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), mindfulness, and ERP (Exposure and Ritual Prevention). These skills will help expand your awareness and empower you to get out of your head — and into your life.

Mindset Family Therapy

OCD and Anxiety

Treatment is mapped according to your individual needs, with an integrative model that fuses traditional CBT and ERP with ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).

Relationships

Each couple comes to therapy with a unique set of challenges. Throughout the therapeutic process, you and your partner will be taught skills that can enhance your relationship.

Children

With many years of experience and a passion for helping children, we strive to reach wherever the child is, through play therapy and other proven techniques.

Other Needs

Whether it be depression, trauma, other anxiety disorders, or a host of other challenges — we have the expertise to deliver the personalized help you deserve.

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Recent Blog Posts

What Is ERP for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

What Is ERP for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

View original article published in Psych Central– Noah didn’t care for ERP (Exposure and Response Prevention) therapy despite his struggles with harm OCD. Stories that he had heard from acquaintances and friends were not positive. In fact, one of his friends felt traumatized by ERP. He also indicated that he was asked by his previous mental health counselor to sit in front of a bunch of knives so he could habituate or get used to the feelings and sensations the knives created. He said he had already been around sharp knives for three weeks while working at a knife shop temporarily while he looked for another job. His excruciating anxiety was off the charts. “I basically white-knuckled each day until I found a better job. I was exposed to k
10 Things I’ve Learned as a Therapist and a Mom about Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

10 Things I’ve Learned as a Therapist and a Mom about Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders

By Allyson Guilbert, LCSW View original article published in Psych Central– I’ve been a mental health therapist for over 10 years and in the social work profession for more than 20. I have been pregnant 8 times, with 4 living children. I consider myself to be pretty self-aware, intelligent, and inquisitive. And yet… I had some form of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) with each of my pregnancies. I just didn’t know it. Oh, sure, I got sad and I got angry and with my older son, I couldn’t let myself fully bond to him until he was 9 months old, but I was fine, right? I even took medication, but that’s normal, right? I was introduced to PMADs last year when a friend of a friend posted about it on social media. I was intrigued. This
Tug-of-War with the OCD Monster

Tug-of-War with the OCD Monster

When you struggle with OCD, it may feel like you are constantly fighting a monster that just won’t go away. Day in and day out you keep fighting it, and you feel exhausted. ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) researchers and clinicians use the Tug-of War with a Monster metaphor to help people realize that there are better options than fighting their thoughts and feelings each day of their lives. Let’s pretend that your fears and doubts are like a big, hideous, and strong monster. You hate it, and you want to destroy it. The monster is holding one end of the rope and you are at the other end. In between the two of you there is a huge cliff with hot lava. You don’t want to fall over it. You want to control the monster, and so you keep pu

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