At Gray Matters, we are first and foremost therapists. We come from a wide range of specialties and together, have an extraordinary breadth of experience. We work with children, adults, individuals, couples and families. Let us match you with the right therapist with the right, evidenced-based approach to best help you.
Gray Matters Therapy
Our clinicians are highly experienced in working with people of all ages and with a wide range of issues. We help you find the right fit with a therapist with the experience and personality that works best with you.
Solutions often come by looking beyond the individual, to how people interact and function together. Family therapy takes a systemic approach, seeing how each person contributes to a pattern of behavior or difficulties.
Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions
A parent-based treatment for children or adolescents with anxiety, OCD and related disorders. Parents attend sessions and learn how to help their children feel better and function better.
Exposure and Response Prevention
This Is designed to help the person learn how to tolerate anxiety-provoking events and face their fears. This treatment is used for people struggling from anxiety and OCD, ERP can help you engage in the necessary and meaningful activities in your life.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
This is often considered to be one of the most effective treatments for anxiety and depression, but is also effective for the treatment of a range of mental health problems. CBT employs a variety of techniques that aim to change unhelpful thinking and behaviors. These thought patterns may include unrealistic or negative views about oneself, unhealthy obsessions and compulsions, avoidance tactics, biased mind reading, rumination (over-thinking), and more.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
This focuses on three main areas: learning how to identify and label emotional experiences; developing new skills for managing challenging situations; and acting in accordance with your values (what in life is important to you). The goal of ACT is not simply to feel better in the short-term but rather to work through challenges head-on so that they no longer have an impact on your life or relationships.
Developmental, Individual Differences, Relationship Model (DIR) Floortime
for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). This treatment combines Floortime therapy (a type of play therapy), and parent education in order to help children with ASD engage in meaningful activities and connect socially with others. The extreme focus on individualized care has made DIRFloortime stand out from other ASD therapies and has been shown to be effective for both young children (ages 2-5) as well as adults over 18 years old.