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Professional Terminology

Marriage and Family Therapists…

  • Are mental health professionals trained in psychotherapy and family systems, licensed to diagnose, treat mental and emotional disorders within the context of marriage, couples and family systems.
  • Espouse to a holistic perspective to health care, and are most especially concerned with the overall, long-term well-being of individuals and their families.
  • Treat a wide range of serious clinical problems including, however, not limited to: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, emotional discomfort, individual psychological problems and parent-child conflict.
  • Are solutions focused, strength based and provide a therapeutic framework of trust and encouragement.
  • Provide every opportunity for clients to experience timely change and satisfaction.
  • Are happy to report that studies reveal clients note marked improvement in work productivity, co-worker relationships, family and partner relationships, emotional and physical health, social life, as well as, community involvement!

Marriage and Family Therapy Treatment Includes…

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  • Non-Psychological Assessments
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  • Marriage & Family Therapy
  • Couple (Relationship) Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Counseling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Behavior Modification
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Sex Therapy
  • Consultation
  • Client Advocacy
  • Provision of Information and/or Client Education


  • Is a professionally structured therapeutic process whereby participants the opportunity to attain timely and lasting goals by effectively “joining” their conscious and sub-conscious minds (two distinct components of our cognitive process) in one common and/or unified position or intent.
  • This joining or integrative process occurs via the introduction and combination of relaxation and focusing whereby the client is able to relax and focus to the point of drifting, into a trance. The hypnotherapeutic trance state actually occurs on a continuum somewhere between daydreaming and light sleep. The client, therefore, remains consciously aware, yet sub-consciously involved working on her/his desired goal, without distraction, doubt or fear.
  • Hypnosis in a clinical setting is practiced solely for the purpose of offering people the opportunity to attain specific measurable goals in relation to purposeful thoughts, stable emotions & positive behavior change. Hypnosis performed in a clinical setting is quite different, therefore, from that of the stage hypnosis shows you may have seen on television, in the movies, nightclubs, carnivals & cruises.
  • Hypnotherapy Sessions effectively address the following issues - Stress Reduction, Weight Management, Smoking Cessation, Habit Transformation, Trauma Recover, Pain Reduction, Phobia and Fear. Resolution: Confidence, Motivation & Performance Enhancement, and much, much more…