Sometimes the fear won’t go away, so you’ll have to do it afraid.
If you are struggling to reach your goals, having difficulty developing and maintaining healthy relationships, feel frozen by your fears and worries, compelled to act on your impulse, or feel stuck in an endless cycle you’re not sure how to change, therapy can help. Therapy is an active process which requires collaboration and participation on both ends. The therapist is the guiding agent and the patient chooses the destination. The therapist teaches the patient the skills and tools for them to ultimately be their own “therapist.”
What is Evidence Based Practice?
Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the gold standard for psychological treatment in the mental health field. It is the job of the clinician to implement such practice. Clinicians use EBP to optimize the treatment outcomes for the patient. Treatment models that are evidence based are the result of thorough empirical studies and outcome research. Our philosophy is that evidence based treatment provides the most effective outcome. CBT, ERP, DBT, and ACT are evidence based treatment models.