What We Do:

One of our primary goals at Serenity is to provide a wide array of therapeutic modalities to all of our clients. Below is a list of some of what we treat as well as various types of therapy we utilize in the process:

What We Treat:





Loving someone with addiction

Personality Disorders

Loving someone with personality disorders

Medication Management


Parenting Issues

Social Anxiety and Social Skills

Building Relationships

Structured Behaviors

Healthy Confrontation

Yoga for healing

How We Treat:


How our past influences who and how we are today.

Behavioral Therapy

Refers to techniques that come from behaviorism and/or cognitive psychology.

Humanistic Therapy

How self-awareness and self-improvement can make your life better. We all have a choice to create meaning in our lives.

Eclectic Therapy

How we use any and all therapeutic methods to best fit the needs of each individual.

Person Centered Therapy

Benefits include a better understanding and awareness of self, decreased defensiveness, insecurity, and guilt, an increase in trust in oneself, and a better balance between your ideas and self.

Family Therapy

Psychological counseling that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Reveals the relationship between your beliefs, thoughts, feelings and the behaviors that follow.

Specific Modalities & What They Do:

Solution Focused Therapy

Helps you construct solutions rather than focus on problems.

Strengths Based Therapy

Focuses on your internal strengths and resilience rather than your weaknesses.

Family Systems Therapy

Based on the idea that you cannot be fully understood separate from the family unit - uses strategies and techniques that address issues within your community or family. It assumes that we are all a combination of a variety of different “parts” that can work together to achieve healing.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

A modified type of CBT that aims to help you develop healthy coping skills to destress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships.

Relational Therapy

A psychoanalytic approach that focuses on the relationship between you and your therapist to work through psychological and behavioral issues.

Somatic Therapy

A form of body-centered therapy that approaches healing from the connection between mind and body. It uses a combination of psychotherapy and physical therapies for holistic healing.

Mindfulness Therapy

Helps you focus on the present moment in order to alleviate anxiety, depression, loneliness and stress.

Multicultural Therapy

Looks at problems within a cultural context. This approach to therapy acknowledges the differences between each of us and helps recognize how family and cultural factors influence our perception of ourselves and the world around us.


A system that focuses on understanding the conscious and the unconscious elements of our mind and can help us bring repressed fears and conflicts into our awareness. Examples: dream interpretation and free association (speaking whatever comes to mind to get clues about what’s happening underneath our awareness).

Group Psychotherapy

When one or more therapists lead a group therapy session in which the group context and group processes are explicitly utilized to help us understand ourselves and how we function as a whole.

Narrative Therapy

Helps you create distance between you and your problem(s). Encourages using your strengths and skills to best approach conflicts in your life.

Expressive Therapy

A type of therapy that uses creativity, the arts, and psychology to encourage emotional development and healing.

Substance Use Disorder

Both individual and group approaches to helping with addiction and the use of substances to cope with life.


A medical specialty devoted to diagnosing, preventing, and treating mental issues related to mood, behavior, cognition, and perception.

"Life is not the way it's supposed to be, it's the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference." - Virginia Satir

Play Therapy

Typically geared toward children, play therapy is about encouraging one to explore life events that affect current circumstances in any manner and pace of one’s choosing, primarily through various methods of play or through language.

Nutritional Consultations

A mind-body connection focused therapy that helps you understand what the body needs and how to receive the necessary nutrients for a healthy physical and emotional state.

Recreational Therapy

A systematic process that uses activity based interventions and recreation as a way to assess your needs/conditions to ensure both psychological and physical well-being. It aims to improve physical, cognitive, social, emotional and spiritual health.

Psychodynamic Therapy

An in-depth form of talk therapy based on theories and psychoanalysis but with less of an emphasis on the patient-therapist relationship.

Marital Therapy

Aimed at treating one or both members of a couple in the context of a distressed relationship.

Gestalt Therapy

a humanistic, holistic, person-centered form of therapy that focuses on your present life and challenges rather than delving into your past.

One Brain Therapy

A kinesiology based approach that helps elevate awareness and releases non-conscious stressors.

Emotional Freedom Tapping Therapy

Often used in EMDR, an alternative therapy for anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and some other conditions that helps reduce physical and emotional pain.

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

Teaches mindfulness skills to help you live and behave in ways that are consistent with your personal values while developing adaptability and psychological flexibility.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy

Enables you to heal from the emotional distress and symptoms of disturbing life experiences using evidence based practices that help rewire your neural pathways.

It starts with you. Let us help you help yourself.