Our Philosophy

It is our philosophy to provide guidance when and where you need it most to create a positive impact in your life and your business.


Some people grapple and resist the idea of going to a therapist because they simply do not understand the process of therapy. Clients find themselves asking a myriad of internal questions such as: what’s actually going to take place. Who will initiate; and how long will the session be? New Perspectives, Inc. is dedicated in helping individuals identify and resolve issues which cause distress and concern. We want our clients to be well informed on what to expect during therapy and the types of therapeutic techniques used to facilitate treatment. Our goal for this process is to enable the patient to make an informed decision as well as lesson the anxiety of what to expect during the therapeutic process itself.

While it may not be easy to seek help from a therapist, it is hoped the patient will be better able to understand his/her situation and feelings and move toward resolving difficulties. We use our knowledge of human development and behavior, to make observations about situations as suggestions for new ways to approach them.

We work closely with primary care physicians in order to help the patient become mentally and physically healthy.    Typically, clients are seen on a weekly basis and updates are provided to their primary care physicians.   We will give weekly assignments, perform psychological tests and measures, and will facilitate family visits in order to continue the positive progress of the patient.  

Treatment Approaches

Individual: This therapy involves only the patient and the therapist.

Psychodynamic Therapy: Can help clients deal with un-resolved mental illness usually stemming from childhood. The goal of this type of therapy can help clients understand feelings by talking about experiences. Psychodynamic therapy can also resolve mental illness caused by

  • Relationship conflicts
  • Loss (grief)
  • Role transitions (becoming a mother or caregiver).
  • Anxiety issues
  • Panic attacks
  • Social and specific phobias
  • Sleep issues

Cognitive Behavioral: Ideally used for clients with mental illness. Cognitive behavioral therapy helps the patient establish new ways of thinking and behaving by re directing attention to correct and incorrect assumptions they make about themselves and others. Cognitive–behavioral therapy is recommended for clients:

  • Of all ages that have mental illness that causes interpersonal problems, disability, or suffering.
  • Depression.
  • Who behave and think in ways that trigger and perpetuate mental illness
  • Who refuse or are unable to take medication.

Interpersonal Therapy: focuses on behavior with family and friends. The goal is to enhance communication skills;
and build self-esteem during a short period of time. Interpersonal therapy is recommended for clients:

  • Who have marital issues
  • Who are going through a divorce or custody battle
  • Who are changing jobs or careers
  • Who are moving away from home or entering college