• Foster Children
  • Adoptees (Children and Adults)
  • "Talk Therapy" has not helped
  •  Parent-Child Relationship Issues
  • Enhancing Parent-Child Relationships
  • Children with a recent custody change
  • Emotion Regulation Difficulties
  • Preparing for Adoption/Fostering
  • Adults desiring to make a change
  • Grief/Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Adult Survivors of Abuse
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"Tame Your Tiger" Brain Training


Multiple programs and tools are used to improve emotion regulation while training the brain to process sensory information. With improved regulation and processing, our ability to focus, think, and engage successfully in social situations also improves...

Recommended for....

  • PTSD
  • ADHD
  • SPD
  • CAPD
  • Anxiety
  • ​Autism
  • Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Learning Disabilities

​Tools Used

  • Integrated Listening Systems (iLs)
  • Right Brain Learning Strategies/Tutoring
  • Brain integration exercises
  • Zones of Regulation

Family Therapy in Richmond

Contact us or use the form below to set up an appointment for a thorough assessment and obtain recommendations for individual, family, play and/or group therapy or referral to other services as needed.

Pre-Marital Counseling Package - SYMBIS

SYMBIS - Save Your Marriage Before It Starts

This thorough assessment (geared towards engaged and newlywed couples but helpful for all married couples) covers many different areas helpful in building and maintaining a strong relationship.  The package covers each person taking the SYMBIS assessment (about 30 minutes each person) and 4 - 1 hour counseling sessions with a trained facilitator to review the couple's assessment results.  Areas covered in the assessment - 

​Your Money Methods                             Your Personalities

Your Fight Types                                        Your Talk Styles

Your Love Life                                              Your Deepest Longing

An explanation of the iLs system and how it may improve certain functions

Extended Play Based Developmental Assessment (EPBDA)

(approximately 10-12 sessions)

Clinicians utilize a nondirective approach to gain an understanding of the child’s overall functioning. During play-based assessments, clinicians encourage children to externalize their thoughts, perceptions and feelings by providing them with a variety of ways to symbolize and/or verbalize their experiences. Clinicians are trained to identify thematic material in children’s play that might suggest underlying concerns. The initial goal of EPBDA is to gain an understanding of children’s unique functioning, identify problem areas, rule clinical symptoms in or out, understand children’s perceptions of their important relationships, and subsequently develop recommendations that meet the specific needs of children and their families.