At AMR, we understand that everyone is different and that each person requires a unique approach to therapy. That’s why our providers are skilled in a variety of therapy orientations, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, humanistic therapy, and solution-focused therapy. Each orientation has its own unique set of techniques and approaches, but all share the goal of helping people achieve positive change in their lives. Read or listen to our treatment orientation options below and schedule a consultation.
Designed to validate and advocate for the need of sexual and gender minority clients. We use verbal and nonverbal techniques to create an affirming stance towards all members of the LGBT community. Come experience the power of an affirming therapy today.
The answer for one who feels disconnected, troubled, or unstable in their relationships. It helps you develop or rebuild trust and express emotions. Attachment based therapy can help you recover from fractured family relationship and heal the trauma of divorce, abuse, or abandonment. This research proven approach is effective for treating depression and other lessons in younger adults.
Therapy that focuses on identifying and changing potentially self-distracting or unhealthy behaviors. Behavioral therapies include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance, and commitment therapy (ACT), and Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT). Behavioral therapies can help you learn new coping skills and change unhealthy behaviors.
A versatile and customizable approach to therapy that allows the therapist to use the most effective methods available to address the individual client’s needs. This type of therapy can be utilized to help people with a variety of issues. It is an approach that has been shown to be very effective for many people.
A structured therapy that encourages the patient to focus on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation. EMDR has been found to be an effective treatment for a variety of mental health conditions, including Panic Disorder, PTSD, and Anxiety.
A mental health approach that emphasizes the importance of being true to yourself in order to live a fulfilling life. It is based on the principle that everyone has their own unique way of looking at the world. Existing research suggests that client centered approaches can be helpful for trauma, and relationship difficulties, Some types of Humanistic Therapy are; Gestalt Therapy, Client-Centered Therapy, and Existential Therapy.
Focusing on the whole person, including their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health. Integrative therapy combines different approaches to find what works best for each individual. Both holistic and integrative therapies can be helpful in the treatment of a variety of issues. If you are looking for an approach that takes into account all aspects of you, consider integrative or holistic therapy.
Helps people to recognize repressed emotions and unconscious influences that may be affecting their current behavior. With this understanding, they can work to resolve these issues and improve their mental health.
Offering support and guidance to those who want to explore sex and sexuality. We believe that everyone’s experience with sex is unique. You should be able to be authentically you. Our therapists are kind and professional, and they will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your needs. If you’re looking for a safe place to talk about your sexuality, AMR Therapy is a perfect choice.
Focusing on solutions to problems or issues. SFT helps you discover the resources and strengths to address the problem. This approach is less focused on the past, and more on what can be done in the present and future. It is often short-term, goal-oriented, and practical.
A powerful therapy to heal the effects of trauma and other mental and emotional health issues. It does this by focusing on the connection between mind and body, using a body-centric approach. This allows people to access emotions and memories that may be trapped in the body. It can also be helpful for improving self-esteem, body image, and sense of control.
This type of therapy looks at how an individual's personal relationships, behavior patterns, and life choices are interconnected with the issues they face in their life. Systemic therapy can help individuals to understand the root causes of their problems and to find lasting solutions.