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Misty Slopes

Psychological Services

Individual Therapy

Therapy is an opportunity for understanding, healing, and growth. Using evidence-based approaches, I will work together with you to address emotional patterns that have been keeping you stuck so you can live more fully in line with your values. I work largely from a cognitive-behavioral orientation and integrate psychodynamic and client-centered modalities so that therapy is tailored to your specific needs.
 
Sessions are targeted to your specific needs and goals, in a nonjudgmental space. Individual therapy sessions are typically 45 minutes once a week. Click the links below to read more about my approach to common focus areas.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a powerful way to make connections, be understood, and grow in new ways. I offer skills groups and supportive groups for people that focus on topics including anxiety disorders, healing from trauma, and improving relationships. Group sessions are typically 60-90 minutes weekly. 

Thriving with ADHD: Skills & Support Group

**Currently accepting new members**

This is an 8-session group providing evidence-based treatment to build core skills for adult ADHD. 

Topics include: 

  • Understanding Adult ADHD

  • Organization & Prioritization

  • Reducing Distractibility

  • Motivation & Task Initiation

  • Impulse Control & Emotion Regulation

  • ADHD and Relationships 

  • Maintaining Sustainable Change

 

Details: 

  • For adults 18+ with ADHD or executive functioning challenges who are ready to unlock their strengths, connect with others, and develop effective strategies in the new year! Open to individuals located in New York, California, or Delaware.

  • 6pm Eastern on Zoom 

Process Groups

Unlike group therapy, which is a form of treatment for a particular emotional or psychological issue, process groups are ways of promoting self-awareness and dialogue. A process group might include people in the same community or of a shared identity. I offer process groups for students training in the health professions, coworkers in demanding fields, and community members. Process groups are a rich way to encourage self-reflection, build group bonds, and deepen learning.

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