Zeeva's mission

is to provide quality, accessible, and personalized behavioral health services so you can live your best life.

The Zeeva Approach

Eclectic, whole-person therapy paints the Zeeva approach. We draw from over 30 different evidence based practices.

Your Zeeva therapist provides highly individualized care that celebrates your personality, culture, genetic makeup, identity, relationships, mind and body, past and present.

Draw your masterpiece with ‘paint’, motivation, and the guidance of our team of clinicians.

You deserve to live your best life.

Who we help:

Tools we use:

Click each evidence based theory to learn more

Based on John Bowlby’s theory of attachment, recognizes the significance of a secure attachment between infants and their caregivers

Insight-oriented, explores the roots, the past and unconscious processes

The origin of psychology which began with Sigmund Freud in the late 19th century, develops awareness of the unconscious and maladaptive behavior

Awareness of cultural context and their impacts

Pioneered by Aaron Beck, focuses on identifying and changing unhelpful thoughts and behaviors to improve the way that clients think, feel, and act.

Helps understand and improve emotional responses, through coping skills and emotional regulation

Comprehensive treatment developed by Marsha Linehan that helps clients by increasing Mindfulness, Interpersonal effectiveness, Distress Tolerance, and Emotion regulation

Through narrating, one can separate themselves from their problems and view their stories in a new light

Originated by Frederick (Fritz) and Laura Perls in the 1940’s, combines holistic and humanistic approaches to increase self-awareness in the present moment

Primarily used to treat OCD through facing and overcoming fears and anxieties

Action-oriented, teaches mindfulness and acceptance strategies

Couples therapy developed by Drs. John and Julie Gottman

Goal-oriented and collaborative approach that focuses on solutions

Recognizes and builds upon the importance of being one’s true unique self in order to lead one’s most fulfilling life

Utilizes the power of art and creativity as a tool for self-expression and self-discovery

An approach that provides insights into relationships, by Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt

Five stages of grief originated from Kubler-Ross

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy is a method of psychotherapy proven to help people heal from trauma and other difficult life experiences.

First developed by Carl Rogers, uses an empathic and non-judgmental approach to uncover one’s own answers and truths

Aims to help caregivers improve communication and relationships with their children who struggle with challenging behavior

Strives to improve interpersonal relationships and social functioning

Discovers clients’ unique self-identity with an emphasis on philosophical meaning

Looks at the whole person, not just evaluating symptoms

Addresses the needs of children and teens struggling with trauma

Recognizes and acknowledges the impact of trauma and creates a safe place to process trauma

Utilizes techniques that improve mind-body connection to promote emotional and physical well-being.

Understands and resolves problems in the context of the family unit

a theory developed by Erik Erikson, that identifies 8 stages experienced through the lifespan

A whole-family approach developed by Salvador Menuchin which strives to improve family dynamics and interactions

Aims to help individual and couples with sexual difficulties

Incorporates the idea that strong and fulfilling relationships with others can help maintain emotional well-being

theories from Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers explore different personality types

At Zeeva, we are constantly learning and growing. Currently, we are training on EMDR.