At Greenleaf Psychological and Support, our motto is “Whole Child, Whole Family” because we see our role as helping you, and all the members of your family to find the clarity, solutions, and quality of life which you are seeking. We offer individual, group, family, and couples therapy, evaluation, mental health coaching, and case management.
Learn more about the types of therapy we provide, and some of the techniques and modalities we utilize. Get in touch if you have any questions.
Life coaching is the empowering and forward moving practice of helping adults who feel stuck in particular areas of life and who are desiring changes in significant areas of life (e.g., love, career, work/life balance, etc), and who want to grow with the help of a skillful and supportive coach. Life coaching will help you set personal and professional goals that will give you the life you really want. Most life coaching clients are relatively healthy and successful adults who might feel that their lives are jammed or “gasping for air” in certain areas, or who want to make a big change in their lives with the support of their own personal coach. Skillful life coaching can help you move forward in an area within months, that might take you years, otherwise.
Groups and workshops
If you would like to be notified when new psychoeducational groups/classes are posted, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Through evaluation, we use specialized assessment tools to identify specific strengths and weaknesses and to provide diagnostic clarity.
Several of our clinicians provide clinician supervision for other mental health clinicians. For more information, please call our office.
Cogmed - working memory training
Coaching services are designed to help young adults with ADD/ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, and/or difficulties with organization and staying on top of necessary tasks. Coaching provides support, encouragement, and skills building in areas of challenge. Coaching is especially helpful for individuals who have transitioned into a new academic or career situation (e.g., college freshman) and need extra support in developing the necessary skills for the new situation.