The Modern MFT approach to therapy emphasizes helping our clients to make powerful, life-enhancing choices. In a safe and nurturing environment, we’ll explore previously avoided private events and areas of struggle with the end goal of achieving greater psychological flexibility and congruence between the desired outcome(s) and your present behavior. We aim to move you from feeling stuck, frustrated, and uncertain to open, aware, and engaged.
Our providers are trained in research-based interventions which also include evidence-based models, but we equally value and pull from our many years of diverse clinical practice experience when tailoring the treatment to the unique needs of each client. We find this blended, integrative approach serves our clients best.
We understand that you want to experience relief as quickly as possible, so we work hard to build momentum early on in the therapy process. You can expect that we will check in throughout our work together to make sure you feel its productive and we’re moving in the right direction.
Our therapists aim to nurture a supportive and trusting atmosphere that is conducive to effectively guiding you through the general flow of treatment: getting to know you, evaluating your needs, collaborating in the work, assessing/ maintaining your progress, and completing a closure period to end treatment. It’s a process that can’t be rushed if you want meaningful outcomes that really last.
The therapists employed at Modern MFT have completed extensive postgraduate and advanced clinical training far beyond their basic licensing requirements. They have also worked in a variety of clinical settings (after graduate school) and have varied life experience as well. As a community of therapists, we value ongoing professional development, advanced inquiry, and our relationships with our professional peers.
“When we are able to understand and own our unique vulnerabilities and relate to others with a deeper sense of humility, we create the right conditions to expand our capacity to nurture more fulfilling relationships and identify a clear path toward a more satisfying life.”