The Bravo Psychological Group provides a number of psychotherapeutic services. We value all of our clients and strive to give quality, individualized care. We embrace a philosophy of teamwork and believe that a strong working relationship is based on a trust, understanding, comfort, and respect.
Simply put, psychotherapy is having a person to speak with for emotional support. Psychotherapy can also provide empirical treatment for depression, anxiety, and a variety of other mental health diagnoses.
Although we use evidence-based practices, high value is placed on a tailored, client-centered plan. A specific approach to treatment varies from patient to patient, however, our clinicians are trained in cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, interpersonal, dialectical-behavioral, family systems, and mindfulness techniques.
The practice offers psychological evaluation services for all ages. Assessments typically include standardized measures of personality, mood, behavior, education/achievement, and cognitive/intellectual functioning. We can provide assessments for a number of reasons, including but not limited to:
Typically, assessments are conducted over a number of sessions. Please contact us for further information about the process of a psychological assessment.
Marriage and couples counseling can help improve communication and understanding within relationships. Counseling can be an effective tool when couples argue without resolution, feel disconnected, struggle with intimacy, or want to rebuild trust.
Couples counseling provides a number of communication techniques, in addition to insight and education of effective and ineffective communication patterns.
Psychotherapeutic addictions treatment includes a balance of support, goal-setting, education, and relapse-prevention. Self-awareness and improving coping strategies are critical elements of addictions treatment.
In addition to individualized treatment, if referrals are needed, we work closely with a variety of inpatient, outpatient, and community support networks.
The main goal in this therapeutic approach is to reorient expectations and roles within a family. Family therapy uses a safe environment to facilitate clear communication for all family members.
Family therapy focuses on relationship skills training and provides insight about communication styles. When family conflict is managed successfully, relationship dynamics can become stronger.
Group therapy can be a powerful coping resource. In group therapy, individuals build social skills, improve communication, and get emotional support. The practice offers a variety of therapy groups. Current groups offered are:
The Men's Support Group is designed for men seeking greater self-understanding and more satisfying relationships. The group format includes education and discussion about issues specific to men.
Typical reasons to consider a men's psychotherapy group include dissatisfaction with relationships, difficulties trusting, relying on drugs or alcohol, and problems communicating feelings.
The Process Therapy Group is a place where you can share your weekly successes, goals, and struggles. The group also emphasizes coping strategies for stress, depression, and anxiety.
The group is intended to provide peer support, validation, and accountability in a friendly environment.
Our grief support group offers a safe space to share your loss and pain, whether it is the death of a loved one, a divorce, a break-up, or even the loss of the world we lived in before the pandemic. Connecting with others who have also experienced a loss will create an atmosphere of respect, empathy, support, and understanding. This holistic style will instill hope that a future is possible and help you on your unique journey to your healing. We will guide you to create a life that honors your loss and find meaning in your life again.