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We are happy to welcome you to our Center for growing (people)!  Call us now to ask about how we can help you and your loved ones grow up, grow stronger, grow healthier, and grow deeper. We are a special group of therapists who apply the latest understandings from developmental psychology and attachment theory to our work with all the people who come to our offices, including:

  • individual adults
  • couples
  • teens
  • children
  • parents
  • families
  • children with autism

We help children and adults to become more self-aware, regulated, capable of sustaining relationships, creative, spontaneous, joyful, and emotionally intelligent.   All kinds of people come to see us for help with difficult emotions, stress, relationship stress, parenting support, social difficulties, school problems, adjustment to separation/divorce, etc.  We are clinical psychologists and marriage/family therapists with experience and advanced training in relational models of intervention for children and adults.
...psychological services to foster developmental and emotional growth for children, adolescents, adults, parents, couples, and families.

Why do we use attachment theory to guide all of our work?  Attachment theory and research have done a world of good at illuminating human growth and thriving.  As David Wallin puts it in Attachment in Psychotherapy: a person's "particularls of attachment history that determine how freely...the self can be accessed and integrated. To what extent can patients experience their bodily sensations, feel their emotions, think their own thoughts? And how effectively can they integrate these...for example, by bringing their thoughts to bear on their feelings? Answers to these questions can...clarify what our patients may need most from the new attachment relationship we are attempting to provide" 2007, Guilford Press, p. 62. At Greenhouse, we attempt to provide the new attachment relationship either by deepening an existing family relationship (partner with partner or child to parent) or by utilizing the deepening relationship to the therapist.

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