Child and Family Therapy: Victoria de Arrigoitia, Ashley Wells and Dr. Bradshaw practice Family Intensive Therapy. This model is based on the evidence-based therapy Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). This is a psychodynamic type of therapy that focuses on working with parents to help their children's mental health. This model has been found to be very effective for many childhood disorders, including anxiety, separation anxiety, school avoidance, and depression in children. The treatment is based in attachment theory but also integrates psychodynamic, developmental, trauma, social learning, and cognitive behavioral theories. Therapeutic sessions include the child and parent or primary caregiver. The primary goal is to support and strengthen the relationship between a child and his or her caregiver as a vehicle for restoring the child's cognitive, behavioral, and social functioning. Treatment also focuses on contextual factors that may affect the caregiver-child relationship. This type of therapy helps to heal the family as a unit, and removes the burden and stigma from the individual child. They utilize an approach that appreciates the complexities of children's lives and well-being, including the family dynamics, school setting and deeper psychodynamic factors.
Perinatal Mental Health: Dr. Horst and Morgan McKee have completed additional training in treating women with perinatal mental health concerns. This includes post-partum depression and anxiety, as well as PMDD. They have a passion for connecting with women and supporting their mental health during the perinatal period.
Dr. Bradshaw has completed lengthy training in multiple types of therapy, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy) and mentalization based treatments. She utilizes psychodynamic psychotherapy as a foundation and has comprehensive training from the Florida Psychoanalytic Institute as well as the St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute. She is currently an advanced candidate at the Florida Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Horst also utilizes psychodynamic psychotherapy in her treatment of patients. She is currently a psychoanalytic candidate at the Florida Psychoanalytic Institute as well. This type of therapy focuses on understanding an individual on a deeper, more personal level. Psychotherapy is offered once or twice weekly.
Victoria de Arrigoitia has completed training in individual psychotherapy, treating adults and children with various diagnoses including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and bipolar disorder. They utilize psychodynamic psychotherapy as well as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) components within their therapies. She has completed a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Morgan McKee has completed training in individual psychotherapy, focusing on treating adults through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT. She is currently undergoing training for certification by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She has completed a Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Adult ADHD Executive Function Coaching: Bri Franklin is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and an Adult ADHD Executive Functioning Coach. Her primary clinical experience includes working with college students of all life stages on their academic, career, and personal journeys. She also has specialized training in working with adults with ADHD and executive functioning concerns. Her combined academic and career background as both a Licensed Mental Health Counselor along with her specialized training as an Executive Functioning Coach allow for her patients to receive comprehensive care and attention during their sessions. She is passionate about helping individuals meet their goals and succeed, while developing ways of managing their ADHD symptoms and helping them to capitalize on their strengths.