No Charge Consultation
Get to know a therapist or ask questions before beginning therapy.
We're happy to offer 30 minute consultations to new clients. If you'd like to begin with a consultation, please let us know when discussing scheduling or include it in a contact request.
Achieve meaningful goals, cope with life events, begin a process of healing from trauma, addiction, or the pain of feeling alone.
Individual therapy serves many purposes, all of which are assisted by a connection to a therapist whom you feel is right for you.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Integrated Family Systems
Services for Children
Working with children requires specialized training and a natural talent for supporting young clients as they ease their way into a therapeutic process. Parents have an equally important relationship with their child's therapist as they collaborate and remain connected to their child's treatment.
Four Points therapists are experienced in play therapy, sand tray, art therapy, ABA, trauma-focused CBT, cognitive behavioral play therapy and other experiential modalities for young children.
Services for Teens
Teen and preteen clients create trusting relationships with a therapist who assists with emotion regulation, improving peer or family relationships, resolving risk-taking or impulsive behavior, or gaining a greater understanding of themselves. Therapists balance the important task of maintaining a trusting connection while involving parents/caregivers in their child's process.
Improve communication, resolve conflict, align parenting styles, create a shared vision, express care in new ways...
True intimacy results from the working through of difficulties when they arise. Among many reasons counseling is sought, there may be a desire for greater closeness, a sense of being understood, or the couple may seek to grow together as they realize they are growing apart.
Family therapy strengthens the family unit, ultimately improving its health by addressing the family as a whole. Families process dynamics and work toward goals such as developing healthy boundaries, improving communication between members, increasing cohesion, resolving recent or long-standing conflict, or supporting each other through major life events.
Meeting 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. Learn more about teletherapy opportunities.
Perinatal mood & anxiety disorders
Process and behavioral addictions
Self esteem & self efficacy
Substance use disorders
Trauma / PTSD
Chronic pain and illness
Meaning, purpose, aging, death, identity, legacy
Family of origin issues
Grief & Loss