Our Philosophy

Roots Wellness Center is an integrative practice, which means that we implement a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines different therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of each individual. We believe that practicing from a single therapeutic perspective is limiting and inefficient in adequately addressing issues you bring to therapy, which is to say that for us, psychotherapy is not a one size fits all.

Instead, equipped with an understanding of normal human development, we modify standard treatments to fill in development gaps that affect each client differently. By combining elements drawn from different schools of psychological theory and research, integrative therapy becomes a more flexible and inclusive method of treatment than more traditional, singular forms of psychotherapy. For this reason, all of our therapists follow an integrative approach, thus tailoring our techniques based on your individual needs.

In addition, the basis of our philosophy lies in the integration of psychotherapeutic techniques and holistic methods. This ideology is called Mind Body Medicine and combines traditional approaches to psychotherapy and medicine with complementary / alternative therapies.

Our priority is to create a safe framework with respect to your individual needs, where we can provide you with the support and unconditional acceptance from which you can grow.

About The Roots

It all starts at the roots…

Our goal is to provide clients with expert guidance in an informal setting where they are treated with respect and dignity. Our desire is to help clients face life’s challenges with a clearer sense of vision, inspiration, and strength. We offer competent therapeutic services including holistic and complementary approaches.

The Roots Wellness Center is a safe place to cope with and grow from life’s stresses and transitions.

Explore your roots

discover yourself

Our therapists work with adults, adolescents, and children, as well as couples and families, to facilitate development of life skills necessary for coping with the following issues:

Anger management Anxiety and depression Career/work issues
Issues of sexual identity & gender Grief and loss Life transitions
Marital and divorce issues Multicultural issues Panic attack and phobias
Parent-child relationships Relationships Self esteem/confidence issues
Sexual disorders Sexual, physical, and emotional abuse Trauma

A journey of a thousand miles… begins with a single step.

– Lao Tzu