Therapy Styles

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Shaun uses a number of therapy styles to provide therapy to people of all kinds, regardless of size, gender, background, or sexual orientation, and believes therapy should be grounded in a safe and supportive environment. This allows everyone involved to feel secure and be able to explore, understand and express their personal stories, emotions and perspectives. This therapy style fosters integration, reflection, and perspective in a meaningful manner honored by all parties involved.

Shaun uses the following therapy styles work with his clients on their personal struggles, traumas, abuse, relationships, addictions, and mental health. For more information on what issues Shaun specializes in, visit the Services page.

Prices for these services are based on the duration of the session:

  • 50-minute sessions starting at $150.00*
  • Longer sessions available please contact me for pricing and times.*

*Discounts available for students, teachers, military, and first responders. Please call for pricing.

*Shaun currently accepts TriCare insurance and private pay.

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Narrative therapy is a unique form of therapy that looks at the stories that make a person who they are.

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Depth therapy looks at the unconscious and examines at how the unconscious affects daily life.

transpersonal therapy: Image of a woman sitting on a log, holding a plant and looking out over a still mountain lake.


Transpersonal therapy is a holistic practice which focuses on mind, body and the spirit.

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Motivational therapy is a form therapy designed to focus on improving someone’s drive to change.

Relational Life Therapy: Image of a forest trail


Relational life therapy is a no-nonsense form of couple’s therapy that looks at how partners resolve conflicts.

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Multi systemic therapy is an intensive form of family therapy that looks at all functions of the family as well as community-based supports for the family unit to help high risk families.

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Dialectical behavior therapy looks at mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance and emotional regulation.

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