How It Works
• Life Transitions
• Anger Management
• Elder issues
• Health/Sports Psychology
• Addictions (alcohol, drugs, gambling, eating etc.)
• Sexual/Porn Addiction
• College Student Transitions/Challenges
• Family Conflicts
• Career Issues
• Sexual Issues
• New Parent Transitions
• Health Psychology
• Gifted Learner Expertise
• Stress Management
• Parenting Issues
• School Performance
• And more.
We offer state-of-the-art and innovative approaches to addiction counseling. We use proven techniques, including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Relapse Prevention Training to assist people to experience freedom from their compulsions and addictive behavior in order to live a new and more fulfilling life.
We offer state-of-the-art treatment for Internet pornography and sexual addictions. We has over 20 years of experience in treating this situation and draw from the top experts in the field in knowledge and approach to recovery. We have assisted many in obtaining freedom, including assisting the family members and spouses of those with a sexual addiction.
We offer extensive state-of-the-art treatment for trauma and PTSD. This includes Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy treatments which are the gold standard for success. We have extensive experience with childhood, sexual, medical, family, and natural disaster related traumas. We also have specific expertise in working with military veterans, police officers, firefighters, and paramedics who have experienced traumatic situations in their line of work which has caused undue distress in their lives.
We offer extensive expertise in managing the psychological and emotional dynamics related to chronic health problems, caregiving of a person with a chronic health condition, and coping with these situations, including: heart issues, cancer, lung problems, diabetes, organ transplant, thyroid, sports related injuries, gastrointestinal issues, and palliative care issues.
We offer counseling based on understanding your gifted learner. A gifted learner is a child or adolescent who has been identified by the school or independent testing as being capable of high performance and potential achievement and/or potential ability in any of the following areas, singly or in combination: general intellectual ability, specific academic aptitude, creative or productive thinking, leadership ability, visual or performing arts, psychomotor ability. We have unique experience with this population in practice. Furthermore, Dr. Hildebrand has served on a gifted school board and helped manage a gifted school. He also speaks on topics related to gifted learners in the school system and has served on a think tank called The Gifted Education Initiative with other knowledgeable professionals in this area.
We also offer expert couples and family treatment options for many situations:
We offer traditional couples therapy where one therapist meets with the couple to help you assess the relationship, the relationship strengths, and areas that need attention for the purpose of strengthening the relationship.
We offer discernment counseling for couples who want to assess whether or not their relationship continues to be viable for both partners. We can help with amicably discussing and exploring the sustainability of your relationship.
We offer consultation and counsel to separated or divorced parents who are seeking skills in most effectively cooperating to best parent their children in a two household situation.
We offer an innovative model in which one therapist works with one partner while a second therapist works with the second partner. The therapists consult with each other after each meeting (with your consent) to guide therapy toward coordinated goals for each individual person and the relationship. Couples therapy is then provided with both therapists when the couple is ready. This assists each individual partner in growing in ways that improve the relationship and speeds up progress.
We offer an innovative model in which one therapist works with an adolescent who is having difficulties and the other therapist works with the parent (or parents) in how to manage their relationship with the adolescent. With parental consent, the parental therapist will share with the therapist working with the adolescent majors aims to assist with the counseling of the adolescent.