Treatment Modalities

Types of Treatments

Progressive Psychological Healthcare takes an insight-oriented and evidence-based approach that is tailored to each client’s individual needs. Because no one approach works for all people, our team of skilled clinicians integrate many different therapeutic styles and approaches to create an individual treatment plan that fits each client.

  • Art Therapy
    • Art therapy uses creative techniques ad approaches such as painting, drawing, coloring, or collaging within sessions to help individuals express themselves through a visual medium. This type of therapy allows people to examine psychological and emotional messages in an alternative way rather than traditional talk therapy.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • ACT is a mindfulness-based behavioral therapy that utilizes a wide range of skills in order to create change. ACT has shown effective in a number of clinical conditions such as depression OCD, chronic pain, PTSD, and more.
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
    • DBT helps client learn new skills to manage difficult or painful emotions in order to decrease conflict within relationships. This type of therapy is usually implemented with clients struggling with personality disorders such as Borderline Personality Disorder.
  • Family Systems Therapy
    • Family Systems Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that assists individuals in solving problems within the context of their familial units. This treatment mode is aimed at helping individuals understand how their actions, as well as family dynamics, affect themselves and the family as a whole. To learn more, visit our family therapy page
  • Play therapy
    • Play Therapy is often used within the context of child therapy to help children explore their lives and freely express thoughts and emotions in session through play. The goal is to help children learn to express themselves in healthier ways, learn healthier ways to cope with difficult emotions, problem solve, and become more respectful and empathetic. To learn more, please visit our child therapy blog
  • Emotion-focused Therapy
    • Emotion-focused therapy is focused on helping people become more aware of their emotions and how emotions guide individuals’ choices and decision-making throughout daily life.
  • Solution-focused Therapy
    • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is an evidence-based apprach that helps guide clients in finding and working towards solutions rather than focusing on the problems that they are facing.
  • Psychodynamic Therapy
    • Psychodynamic therapy is a form of talk therapy that is used to treat a wide variety of mental health problems. This form of therapy aims to understand how past experiences influence current behaviors and is typically a longer form of therapy than others such as CBT.

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