Affirmative therapy is a therapeutic approach often applied to marginalized communities that draws from affirmative psychology, sexual minority stress theory, and the concepts of intersectionality.
Relational frame theory (RFT) is a psychological theory of human language that looks at how people relate words and concepts to others.
Motivational interviewing is a counseling style that challenges people to develop the internal motivations necessary to counteract or change certain behaviors they consider problematic in their lives.
Radically open dialectical behavior therapy (RO DBT) is a therapeutic approach used to treat people with conditions involving excessive self-control.
Seeking Safety is an evidence-based form of therapy that can simultaneously address substance abuse and PTSD in individuals. The treatment can help clients achieve “safety” from the challenges caused by trauma and/or addiction.
The Buteyko breathing technique, also referred to as the Buteyko method, or BBT, is a form of conscious breathwork, and an alternative therapeutic approach that involves reducing the number of breaths per minute by slowing down inhalations and breathing through the nose.
Bowenian family therapy is a treatment approach for individuals and families to help heal problematic family templates of behavior that may have affected family relationships for generations.
Social-emotional learning (SEL) is often referred to as those skills and attitudes that cannot be measured by tests, including critical thinking, conflict resolution, and teamwork.
Coherent breathing is a breathwork technique in which a person intentionally increases the length of each breath to help relax and calm their nervous system and heart rate.
The Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) is a putative energy release technique, performed by applying light pressure on four specific points around the head and making a series of nine statements.