Psychotherapy

Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic

Clinical Neuropsychologists located in Palo Alto, CA

When you have an emotional, developmental, or psychiatric problem, psychotherapy is the bedrock on which you build the foundations of recovery. The team at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic in Palo Alto, California, has considerable experience in helping people of all ages who have a variety of neuropsychological problems regain their health using a range of selected psychotherapies. Call Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic today, and let their psychotherapy team gently guide you on your journey toward self-understanding and fulfillment.

Psychotherapy Q & A

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy comes in numerous forms, all of which are based on talking or finding an alternative outlet to express your feelings and thoughts. Examples of psychotherapy techniques include:

  • Psychodynamic therapy
  • Interpersonal therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Dialectical behavioral therapy

The team at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic has extensive experience in using a range of psychotherapy techniques to help patients and their families with a wide range of psychological and developmental conditions.

How does psychotherapy help children?

Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic is home to the Bay Area’s leading experts in childhood growth and development. The specialist child therapists offer counseling and therapy for children and their families and have extensive experience working with children suffering from:

  • Trauma
  • Bullying
  • Fear
  • Anxiety
  • Grief

They use a variety of play and art-based psychotherapies in addition to parent coaching, which all helps to help nurture your child and bring out their best selves. The team can help your child when they need support because of the death of a loved one, or if they’re struggling to cope because of family relationship problems.

They can assist a child who needs help to learn how to make and keep friends, and they also provide skills and strategies to children who have learning disabilities and developmental problems like ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

How does psychotherapy help adults?

The team at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic takes a pragmatic, individualized approach to psychotherapy. Patients are encouraged to identify goals and work towards them in an empathic and supportive environment with their therapist.

Many people need help with improving their relationships, reducing anxiety, dealing with low mood, or recovering from a traumatic experience. Others aren’t quite sure what they need, other than being aware that something needs to change in their lives.

Couples therapy is also a specialty at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic, so if you need help with an intimate relationship, you can get expert support for you and your partner.

The main psychotherapies used for adults at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic are interpersonal and solution-focused therapies. These approaches help you improve your relationships with others as well as yourself and find actionable solutions to your problems.

How does psychotherapy help teens?

Teenagers are a special population deserving of an individual approach to therapy. The experienced therapists at Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic help teens and their families by promoting autonomy and empowering decision-making as young people move into adulthood.

The clinic specializes in psychotherapy for teens who have:

  • Learning disabilities
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Post-concussion syndrome

The therapeutic process includes parents and other family members so that teens feel supported and understood by the adults in their lives. Parents can also benefit from coaching to help guide them through difficult periods with their teen or young adult.

To find out more about the psychotherapy services available, call Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic today to book an appointment.

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Location
Abbey Neuropsychology Clinic
366 S. California Avenue, Suite 14
Palo Alto, CA 94306
Phone: 650-204-4779
Fax: 650-204-6502
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