Our approach is grounded in neurobioligcally informed principles that help increase regulation and relational connection.
Play has several therapeutic benefits. It is the foundation for learning, relationships and emotional processing.
We affirm all races, abilities, cultures, neurotypes, in all bodies. Our therapists make an active commitment to dismantling systems of oppression.
When we understand the feeling beneath the behavior we can find ways for the needs to be met in meaningful ways.
The presence of safe relationships, where one feels valued and important, builds resilience against adverse experiences.
Increasing internal strength will change behaviors from the inside out, which leads to longer term change.
Rosie Newman, MA, LMHC, RPT-S
Sarah Block, MS, LMFT
Judy Ko, MA, LMHCA
Sarah Jensen, MS, LMHC
Mara Mulcahy, MSW, LICSW
Eunyoung Choe, MA, LMHCA
Training Center Support Staff