Psychotherapists at the Northshore Group possess a wealth of diversity in experience, treatment approaches and clinical specialties. Adults, young adults, adolescents, children and seniors are seen for a wide variety of presenting difficulties in individual, family and couples therapy.
The American Psychological Association has published an excellent short article concerning the nature of psychotherapy and the selection of a therapist. Click the link below if you have questions about getting started in psychotherapy.
The most effective course of treatment for some emotional and behavioral problems includes an evaluation for medication that may serve as a supportive adjunct to psychotherapy. The staff of the Northshore Group includes two board certified psychiatrists and a nurse practitioner with a psychiatric specialty. If a medicine is prescribed, regular follow up visits will be scheduled and care can be coordinated with other physicians and therapists as indicated.
Psychologists and senior psychological examiners at the Northshore Group conduct a variety of assessments, including: comprehensive psychodiagnostic and psychoeducational evaluations; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental evaluations; and social security disability appraisals. Evaluations are specifically tailored to the needs of the client and serve a variety of functions, such as: differential diagnosis, school / work planning, treatment planning and disability compensation.
Confidential consultation is available for mental health professionals concerning their clinical work.