My approach to therapy is based on the belief that behaviors are a function of our relations with others. Thus, a person's environment and history influences one's sense of self and the way we express ourselves as part of a group and as individuals. I try to learn from my client's experiences to develop a better understanding of who they are, how they developed their sense of self, their worldview, and behavior.
At FSTA, we respect the importance of each person’s beliefs, culture, and life experiences. We adapt our approach and activities to suit the ages, needs, and preferences of each family we see.
Group therapy takes place with a group of people together rather than with an individual therapist during a one-on-one session. Having therapy in a group environment can have many benefits.