At Ethos Wellness healing centers, our master’s-level clinicians offer compassionate, integrative outpatient therapy for mental and behavioral health issues, as well as overall well-being. We work with each client—from adults to children and adolescents—to set collaborative treatment goals for sustained, holistic healing. Individual, group or family therapy may be beneficial for navigating:
- General wellness, including life transitions, motivation and work-life balance
- Mood challenges such as anxiety, stress and depression
- Emotional challenges like trauma, grief and loss
- Managing relationships with couples, family, friends and co-workers
- Intrapersonal exploration, including purpose and meaning, body image and personality disorders
- Professional and academic development
- Substance use, misuse, addiction and relapse prevention
- Dual diagnosis for co-existing mental health and substance use disorders
In addition to in-person appointments, all outpatient therapy is available via telehealth at no extra cost.
Part of our commitment to integrative care means using different therapy modalities to affect and improve patients’ lives. Ethos Wellness clinicians specialize in delivering all types of evidence-based treatment approaches, including but not limited to:
Psychodynamic Therapy is a more holistic view of therapy that involves treating the whole person, taking into account the full depth of their life experience. Rather than the palliative or “problem-based” approach of simply looking at symptoms, it involves discovering and learning from the unconscious problems causing these symptoms, often rooted in past experiences, and moving forward with a greater understanding of ourselves for sustained, long-term healing.
Through greater awareness of what is happening in the here and now, both inside us and around us, we can learn to become more aware of our thoughts and feelings as well, and to more fully appreciate each moment of our lives. Mindfulness can yield reduced stress, decreased depression and anxiety, increased focus and concentration, improved work performance and a greater sense of well-being.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is widely accepted as an effective treatment for a large range of issues Through a collaborative effort to understand the issue at hand, we work to help clients develop coping skills and learn how to change their own thought process, emotion and behavior.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Particularly effective for issues like borderline personality. Post-traumatic stress, bi-polar and eating disorders, depression and substance abuse, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) aims to teach clients the skills needed to regulate emotions, tolerate distress, be mindful and present and communicate effectively with others.
Eye Movement Desensitization
Using bilateral tactile, auditory or visual stimulation such as right to left eye movement, the goal of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is to help the brain make the associations and neural connections needed to integrate or process negative memories. EMDR has shown to be particularly effective for post-traumatic stress.
Typically employed as a treatment for trauma, somatic experiencing is a body-centered approach that focuses on our physical reactions to trauma rather than our thoughts and emotions. Through the re-introduction of minor trauma, without re-triggering or re-traumatizing, the client learns to develop self-regulating strategies and find a place of safety.
Considered a non-invasive, holistic and evidence-based treatment for many mental and physical disorders or dysfunctions, Neurotherapy is essentially a learning process wherein the brain is taught to organize itself more efficiently. After a diagnostic QEEG to locate any abnormalities that may explain the client’s symptoms, neurofeedback is used to help train the brain to regulate function over time. Neurotherapy may be beneficial for issues such as relationships and stability, anxiety and depression, trauma and PTSD, substance abuse, attention and executive function issues and more.
It’s understood that psychosocial, medical, and developmental factors contribute to mental health disorders, and there is growing evidence that food and nutrients affect mood and behavior as well. Nutritional therapy utilizes targeted nutrient intake in the form of food or dietary supplements to aid in mental health or to accompany other treatment approaches.
and Group Therapy
In addition to individual therapy, we also offer marriage and couples therapy, family therapy and group therapy. Our experienced, compassionate clinicians help clients to…
- Develop communication skills
- Find support and understanding
- Improve relationships
- Gain confidence and emotional intelligence
- Experience a safe, non judgemental space