The Best Way to Restore Balance to Life Is to Treat Life Itself.

The Best Way to Restore Balance to Life Is to Treat Life Itself.

At The Shoreline Therapy Center, we provide therapy and counseling that not only begins in the therapist’s office but also extends throughout the person’s life. We treat our clients in real, relatable terms — no psychobabble allowed — with sensitivity, care and privacy.

Child & Adolescent Therapy

Child & Adolescent Therapy

Our approach always includes the family. Usually, we begin the therapy with a session just with the parents followed by three-to-four sessions with the…

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Individual Adult Therapy

Individual Adult Therapy

We believe the most critical step in therapy is determining the right fit between the individual and therapist. When a client begins with us, we schedule a meeting...

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Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

We believe the most important factor is finding a “safe place” where the couple can work on key issues. This allows us to “dig deep” and get to the underlying factors affecting...

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Family Therapy

Family Therapy

Our goal in family therapy is to take what is in many situations a dysfunctional family and to turn it into a functional family. A systems approach is particularly relevant for...

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Co-Facilitated Therapy

Co-Facilitated Therapy

We often employ co-facilitated therapy across all of our practice areas as the situation warrants. At The Center our team approach allows us the advantage...

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Group Therapy

Group Therapy

We generally employ a co-facilitated approach to bring multiple perspectives, usually by one of our therapists in conjunction with a Connections counselor...

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One-on-One Coaching

One-on-One Coaching

We offer one-on-one coaching either to supplement any type of our therapies or on a stand-alone basis. Our coaches are adept at helping individuals deal with the obstacles...

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Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

Executive functioning helps manage all of life’s tasks. It is the ability to plan, adapt, manage time, have organizational skills, multi-task, and use self-control...

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Case Management

Case Management

At The Shoreline Therapy Center, our case managers are responsible for coordinating with our therapists, coaches, personal fitness trainers as well as external parties such as...

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Child & Adolescent Therapy

Child & Adolescent Therapy

Our approach always includes the family. Usually, we begin the therapy with a session just with the parents followed by three-to-four sessions with the…

Read more

Individual Adult Therapy

Individual Adult Therapy

We believe the most critical step in therapy is determining the right fit between the individual and therapist. When a client begins with us, we schedule a meeting...

Read more

Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

We believe the most important factor is finding a “safe place” where the couple can work on key issues. This allows us to “dig deep” and get to the underlying factors affecting...

Read more

Family Therapy

Family Therapy

Our goal in family therapy is to take what is in many situations a dysfunctional family and to turn it into a functional family. A systems approach is particularly relevant for...

Read more

Co-Facilitated Therapy

Co-Facilitated Therapy

We often employ co-facilitated therapy across all of our practice areas as the situation warrants. At The Center our team approach allows us the advantage...

Read more

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

We generally employ a co-facilitated approach to bring multiple perspectives, usually by one of our therapists in conjunction with a Connections counselor...

Read more

One-on-One Coaching

One-on-One Coaching

We offer one-on-one coaching either to supplement any type of our therapies or on a stand-alone basis. Our coaches are adept at helping individuals deal with the obstacles...

Read more

Executive Functioning

Executive Functioning

Executive functioning helps manage all of life’s tasks. It is the ability to plan, adapt, manage time, have organizational skills, multi-task, and use self-control...

Read more

Case Management

Case Management

At The Shoreline Therapy Center, our case-managers are responsible for coordinating with our therapists, coaches, personal fitness trainers as well as external parties such as...

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The Connections Difference

The Connections Difference

The Shoreline Therapy Center’s Connections Program provides intensive, comprehensive community-based behavioral health care to children, adolescents and adults...

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The Connections Program

The Connections Program is a unique approach to therapy, existing in a space somewhere between individual counseling and a residential-based program. Essentially, it’s a community based integrative outpatient program…

The Connections Difference

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Nonviolent Communication

Nonviolent Communication

Many of us have likely experienced the uncomfortable feeling of having to initiate or engage in a difficult conversation with family, friends, coworkers, or even partners. Nonviolent communication is a great tool that can be used in order to foster connection,...

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Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise and Mental Health

Many people talk about the importance of self care practices in mental health. When you hear the term self-care, you may think of activities such as taking a bath or getting a massage rather than exercise. However, exercise can be one consistent and helpful way to...

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Understanding Depression: The Basics

Understanding Depression: The Basics

Depression is often mistaken for mere sadness or a stuck mood that one can simply "snap out of” by attempting to redirect their thoughts. However, depression is a complex mental health condition that goes far beyond the occasional sad mood. It is a persistent feeling...

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Nonviolent Communication

Nonviolent Communication

Many of us have likely experienced the uncomfortable feeling of having to initiate or engage in a difficult conversation with family, friends, coworkers, or even partners. Nonviolent communication is a great tool that can be used in order to foster connection,...

read more
Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise and Mental Health

Many people talk about the importance of self care practices in mental health. When you hear the term self-care, you may think of activities such as taking a bath or getting a massage rather than exercise. However, exercise can be one consistent and helpful way to...

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Understanding Depression: The Basics

Understanding Depression: The Basics

Depression is often mistaken for mere sadness or a stuck mood that one can simply "snap out of” by attempting to redirect their thoughts. However, depression is a complex mental health condition that goes far beyond the occasional sad mood. It is a persistent feeling...

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: The Basics

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: The Basics

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a complex and often misunderstood mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. OCD is characterized by the presence of obsessions and compulsions that significantly interfere with an individual's daily life....

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