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Virginia Harren works with adults to help them overcome unhealthy thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and habits by utilizing psychotherapy. She believes that by improving awareness and communication, the link between emotions and consequential behaviors becomes both understandable and changeable. Ginny offers a collaborative and adaptable approach to treating a wide range of mental health issues with adult clients. She incorporates various styles of psychotherapeutic modalities in her therapy sessions including Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT).
Chad Gaynier aims to support the mental and behavioral health and well-being of his adult patients through the practice of psychotherapy. The power of introspective learning, self-reflection, and self-acknowledgement are essential to the collaborative therapy that Chad offers to his clients. He is skilled at treating emotional conditions such as anger, depression, and grief by assessing and addressing past experiences and future goals. Chad helps his client’s goals become realistic and achievable by utilizing psychotherapeutic modalities such as REBT, ACT, existential, and positive psychology.
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Kailyn Bobb is clinically trained in conducting assessments and evaluations of adult individuals who struggle with their emotions, respond with unhealthy behaviors, and oftentimes suffer from mental health conditions and disorders using psychotherapy. Dr. Bobb is experienced in evaluating and treating adults who are coping with crises, trauma, risk taking behaviors, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, and chronic medical conditions. By treating her patients using a psychotherapeutic approach, Dr. Bobb seeks to help individuals improve all aspects of their daily lives through deep inner findings, as well as developing meaningful and effective changes to their mindset and behavior. Integrating psychotherapy into the overall treatment plan of some of these mental health issues is both an effective and impactful means to establishing mental and behavioral health and wellness.