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A counterintuitive approach

While most practices hire clinicians who are experts in one specific therapeutic method, we believe that many people grapple with issues that can’t be resolved through a single approach. That’s why we do things differently. Azimuth only employs doctoral-level psychologists who have been trained in a variety of methods, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), relational therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and other dynamic approaches.

We are committed to taking this multidimensional approach because it allows us to be as flexible, creative, and targeted to your needs as possible. By ensuring our clinicians are trained across the board, we can help you to collaboratively reach your goals, whatever they may be.

Therapy and coaching built around your goals, not just a diagnosis.

For adults, teenagers, and children

  • Relationships

    If you’re looking to improve your personal relationships, whether at home, in the office, or within your circle of friends, you’ve come to the right place. We can help you strengthen your interpersonal connections so you feel happier and have more productive interactions with those around you.

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  • Mood

    Do you feel worried or anxious frequently? Do you ever feel down suddenly and can’t quite pinpoint the cause? Maybe you can’t sleep, your mind is racing or you’ve lost your appetite –for food or for life. We’re here to help you figure out what’s going on and how you can feel better.

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  • Performance

    It can be frustrating to feel as though you are struggling to access your full potential, whether at work, school, or in life as a whole. Through both therapy and our testing process, which allows us to go deeper into our clients’ strengths and weaknesses, we can help you figure out what’s getting in your way.

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  • Transitions

    Life is made up of important, yet tough questions. Some are situational: Should I take this job? Is she “The One”? Do I want kids? Others are more abstract: Who am I? Why do I feel this way? These self-reflections can be challenging and scary to navigate on your own, which is why we are here to help.

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  • Remote Services

    We understand that your schedule can prevent you from making it to our office, so we offer a variety of remote services that can be as flexible as you need. Whether you’re a busy mom unable to squeeze in the round trip, or an expat travelling internationally, we can help.

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Looking for psychological, neuropsychological, or academic testing? Visit the Azimuth Assessment Center

Why therapy?

Throughout life we are constantly changing. Change can be intimidating, whether internally within ourselves or externally in relationship to our environment. Therapy offers you guidance and resources to help you navigate these changes — think of it as a very attentive best friend who offers good advice.

At Azimuth, we support you by helping you to build skills and gain new perspectives so you can get from where you are today to where you want to be.

What is an azimuth?

An azimuth (pronounced AZ-ih-muth) is a navigational measurement that describes the angle between your current course of action and a specific point of interest. For example, if you were sailing a boat headed due north and saw an island to your right, the angle between your current path and the island would be the azimuth. So, it's a name for the difference between where you're currently headed and where you want to go, with no judgment assigned to these directional points. You can expect the same at Azimuth — we'll get you from where you are to where you want to be.

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