Individual, Couples and Family Therapy
While working in one of the oldest outpatient treatment centers, educational settings, and public service, Bob worked with adolescents, adults, couples and families impacted by a wide spectrum of psychological issues and emotional challenges to include complex trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, and co-occurring disorders. Bob utilizes a collaborative approach with a variety of clinical interventions. These clinical approaches include acceptance commitment therapy, cognitive and behavioral techniques and structural therapy. Bob’s approach is from a systemic view, which assists individuals in gaining a wider and clearer insight into their personal struggles. These challenges often limit clients in their ability to achieve their personal goals and dreams. Clients are encouraged to use their strengths, assets and support system to develop new interpersonal and relational skills which will ultimately create meaningful changes in their life and bring more joy and peace.
Couples and Family Therapy
Clinicians often discover that the family or couple view one specific individual as the identified client that is the source of the relational struggles. Bob will assist the couples/family to change their perception of the problem and move away from the idea of one identified client to a more systemic viewpoint of the relational challenges. Exploring and identifying family patterns over multiple family generations will highlight those behaviors, which are creating conflict. Bob will assist the couple/family to change how they communicate and relate to each other. Through these changes, clients will begin to heal and strengthen their relationships.