• Depression & Anxiety
  • Anger Management
  • Coping Skills
  • Grief & Loss
  • Trauma & Abuse Recovery
  • Addictive Behaviors
  • Eating Disorders
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Individual Therapy
  • Expressive Arts Therapy
  • Mindfulness Coaching
  • Career Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Adolescent and Family Therapy
  • College Student Counseling
  • Pre-Martial Counseling
For the athlete who prefers an individual customized experience, our one-on-one work does just that.  Availalbe in person, or remotely, athletes and parents can work on clinical and performance related issues.  Often times, past experiences interfere with our ability to stay present and trust ourselves.  This leads to increased anxiety and stress during performance.  By working with one of our athletic counselors, we are able to address any underlying issues that may impeed performance from depression, negative self-talk, past trauma, disordered eating, identity issues, relationship concerns, family dynamics and more.  We are also avialalbe to guide each individual in developing mindfullness and focus strategies for their individual needs.  
* Small groups availalbe upon request.

Detail of services

Individual Sessions

Team Building/ Groups

Ultimate Cohesion: Whether a traditional team sport, or a team of individual players (such as tennis) Team Cohesion is vital to a thriving program.  By taking a proactive approach to connect and build trust, conflict is minimized, effective communication strategies are developed, and teams are set up to achieve mustually selected goals.  To be so conected to your team that you can read their eyes across the field, makes strategic competition virtually effortless.  

Customized Team Time: New Coach? New Players? Coming back from a winning season high and want to keep it there? Maybe the team is down from loss... regardless, we can customize team time to address your team's specific needs. These groups are ideal for collegiate teams who recruit new players each year, to jump start cohesion. Travel teams and newly formed teams also highly benefit from learning more about each other and working on an intimate level outside of sport performance.

Psychotherapy Groups: By working in a group setting, clients are able to process a wide variety of issues that may be holding them back. Groups are highly effective and often more cost-efficient for participants. Groups range from a variety of topics including, but not limited to: Trauma, Disordered Eating, Substance Use/ Addictive Behaviors, Interpersonal Relationships, Confidence, Anger Management, Coping Strategies, Grief and Loss, and Life Transitions. Groups require a minimum of one individual consultation to determine what setting may be the best fit for each client. Groups are closed, confidential and limited to a maximum number of participants.

Workshops

Parenting Workshops
From little league to pro-levels, our workshops teach critical skills for parenting the developing athlete.  Most competitive athletes receive excellent physical training, but lack a strong mental game.  These workshops help teach mental training from early stages of development, to highly competitive leagues.  Growing your whole athlete has never been more important.
* Parenting the Collegiate Athlete is a must for parents whose athlete is finishing high school preparing to transition the the collegiate level as well as the parent who already has a an athlete at the collegiate level.

Mindfulness/ Visualization Training: Attention training, relaxed focus and calm confidence increase the athlete’s ability to process and react in the here-and-now.  The ability to quiet the mind and play in the zone, is essential for conquering high pressure performance moments.  

All Athletes are Superheroes: Getting behind the 'game face' of our athletes is crucial to identifying and reprocessing negative emotions that can kill athletic performance. In this fun, unique and interactive workshop, participants will learn, experientially, several expressive arts techniques, including how to develop the athlete's "superhero," what to do in a "room full of donkey pinatas" and participate in brief processing strategies.

Effective Communication: Participants in this workshop will develop strategies to improve coach/coach and coach/player communication. Players learn differently and affective coaches can adapt, without changing, their styles.


Substance Abuse: Each year, alcohol and drug use continues to be a great concern for emerging athletes.  The NCAA requires educational training for its athletes and we provide a fun and interactive experience highlighting and the dangers and affects on performance that substances and other addivce behaviors can have.