Services and Treatment Areas
No Charge Consultation
If you'd like to get to know a particular therapist or ask questions before beginning therapy, a consultation may be a good option for you. Our therapists offer consultations to prospective clients for these and other reasons. If you'd like to begin with a consultation, please let us know when discussing scheduling.
In individual therapy, you define the goals you want to achieve and your therapist collaborates with you about the plan that will get you there. These are a few of the modalities our therapists use. If you're looking for something specific, we'll let you know if we offer it and if we don't, we'll do our best to connect you to someone who does.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Harm Reduction
Play Therapy Person-Centered Therapy
Existential Therapy Motivational Interviewing
Psychodynamic Therapy Attachment-Based Therapy
Sand Tray Somatic Therapy
Services for Children and Teens
Working with children, especially young children, requires specialized training. Our child therapists are highly skilled and possess unique talents making them well-suited to treating our youngest clients. They are experienced in play therapy, sand tray, ABA, trauma-focused CBT, and other modalities for children, some of whom may be pre-verbal. Our therapists also work with teens and pre-teens and understand the nuances of developing trusting relationships with teenage clients, while involving parents or other caregivers in the therapeutic process.
Couples counseling is sought for myriad reasons such as communication concerns, conflict resolution, aligning parenting styles, learning to show love differently, among many other reasons. Couples often find their way to counseling due to conflict of some kind, which we believe represents an important opportunity to grow closer and that the the working through of conflict brings true intimacy to relationships.
Family therapy strengthens the family unit, ultimately improving its health by addressing the family as a whole rather than as individuals. The family may process dynamics and work toward goals such as developing healthy boundaries, improving communication, increasing cohesion, resolving conflict, or supporting each other through a difficult time.
Attending sessions with a therapist remotely provides many of the same benefits as attending in person, with the added flexibility of meeting wherever is most convenient for you. Click the link above to learn more about teletherapy opportunities.
The following are many of the areas our therapists treat. Please note each therapist has specific training and education with unique skills and talents. Not every therapist is able to treat each area, but many of these concerns are able to be addressed by multiple therapists at Four Points.
Substance use and other addictive behaviors/processes
Trauma / PTSD
Depression, bipolar disorder,
and other mood disorders
Anxiety and panic
Grief and loss
Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (including postpartum depression and anxiety)
Family of origin issues
Self esteem and self efficacy
Struggles among the LGBTQIA+ community
Chronic pain and illness
Divorce and single parenting
Parenting and co-parenting support
Existential issues: Meaning, purpose, aging,
death and identity
This list is not exhaustive, please contact us for more information if you're looking for support with a particular concern.