Utah Neuropsychological Services provides a combination approach to therapy, using evidence-based approaches, tailored to the specific needs of the client. Types of therapy provided include, but are not limited to:
CBT is designed to reduce maladaptive thought process and cognitive distortions, as well develop skills and knowledge, to reduce behavioral, emotional, and social limitations.
DBT, similar to CBT, is designed to reduce maladaptive thought process and cognitive distortions, with a greater focus on physiological symptoms, to help the client regulate emotions and behaviors.
Often reserved for young children, play therapy is designed to teach necessary life skills, using game formats, to reduce behavioral, emotional, and social limitations.
IPT is designed to treat mood and attachment-related concerns, focusing on interpersonal relationships and negative thought processes.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) uses bilateral sensory input to help access and reprocess information. EMDR is designed to reduce trauma-specific concerns, as well as moderate to severe internalizing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Dr. Knorr is in the process of competency with neurofeedback. Such an approach teaches self- and emotional-regulation using feedback from brain activity. Please consult to determine if you would be a candidate for such intervention.