Now that you know who we are – here’s what we do …

Individual Therapy

Working one on one with the provider of your choosing, individual therapy can result in a number of benefits, including a better understanding of your personal goals and values, improved interpersonal relationships, and resolution of the specific concerns that led you to seek therapy.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a form of  treatment where a small group of patients meet regularly to talk, interact, and discuss problems with each other and the group leader (therapist). Currently we have 2 active groups.

Teen Group – This group is a teen only group organized and held by Diane Caothers, LMFT. It meets the 2nd and fourth Tuesday of each month at 5pm.

Evening Group – This group is for couples and individuals with varrying topics and open to anyone over 18. This group is organized and held by Joseph lancaster, Psy.D, and meets every other Thursday at 5:15PM

Marriage & Couples Counseling


Biofeedback is a mind-body technique that helps teach patients how to influence their autonomic nervous systems – the part of the body that controls involuntary physical functions such as blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and brainwave frequency. This is done by attaching an electronic “cue” (usually a “beep,” tone or visual image on a screen) to a measurable physiologic process. A person can thus monitor his or her internal responses and develop a sense of how to move them in positive ways. Biofeedback machines can detect internal bodily functions with sensitivity and precision, and allow involuntary physical functions to be translated in ways that can be understood. The information, or “feedback,” that the “cue” provides is used to monitor these functions and facilitate treatment for a variety of disorders, while moving the patient toward a more balanced internal state.

Psychological Testing

Pre-surgical Clearance Evaluation