Home should be a safe haven for everyone...
Modern life can sometimes feel a little crazy...like we're being tossed about in a storm with nothing and no one to hang onto. There are more demands on family life than ever before, with less support available when we really need it. This type of living requires strong, safe relationships. Unfortunately, many of us don't know what that looks like.
Recent findings in neuroscience reveal remarkable new evidence about how our relationships affect brain growth, development, and functioning on a moment-by-moment basis. This impacts not only our psychological and physical health, but our capacity for happiness, success, and self-actualization. The results of decades of research in attachment theory and neuroscience clearly demonstrate that our day-to-day experiences with our family members, coworkers, even our neighbors directly alter our health and well-being. Even more fascinating, science is now confirming that many practices of indigenous peoples, such as drumming, dancing, singing, storytelling, and various other forms of creative expression have a healing effects on neuropsychobiological systems, creating enhanced health and psychological well-being. At Healthy Bonds, we support an integrative approach to psychotherapy with individuals and families, bringing together modern neuropsychology and holistic healing practices.
If you are a parent, spouse, life-partner, or a parent-to-be desiring to create safe and loving relationships for yourself and those you love, Healthy Bonds can support you in that goal.
- In-Home Parenting Support and Parent/Child Relationship Coaching
- Marriage Counseling/Premarital Counseling/Transition-out-of-Marriage Counseling
- Individual Therapy
- Behavioral Modification Assessment, Planning, and Parent Coaching
- Parenting Groups
- Couples Therapy Groups
- Comprehensive Attachment-Focused Family Therapy Services
- Attachment Assessments, Recommendations, Advocacy, and Treatment
- Support and therapy for families of children with ADHD, bipolar disorder, reactive attachment disorder (RAD), and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD).
- IEP Support and Advocacy for Special Needs Children
All of our services are provided by mental health professionals working from a client-centered perspective, combining the principles of attachment theory, neurospsychology, and body-focused psychotherapies in a dynamic, creative, scientifically sound manner that moves the therapeutic process along swiftly.