We offer Individual, Couple, Family, Group Psychotherapy grounded in Trauma and Neurobiologically Informed Relational Psychotherapeutic theories.

Yoga Therapy

We offer individual yoga therapy consultations and group classes based on the lineage of T. Krishnamacharya. Yoga therapy offers relief to those suffering from physical, physiological and psychological conditions.


We offer seminars for professionals/organizations and workshops for clients focused on Trauma or Parenting teens. We are in the process of developing a college to train psychotherapists and yoga therapists (stay tuned).


CPYC provides psychotherapy, yoga therapy and education to facilitate healing from the symptoms of trauma.

We recognize that regaining, and sustaining mental health is an ongoing process that requires different strategies at different points in life. This is why we provide a variety of de-pathologizing services that allow people to maintain their dignity and humanity during their process of growth and development.

We believe that people’s mental health issues should be understood in the context of their lives rather than compared to the imagined norms; and that their healing should not only be measured by length of time or reduction in symptoms but in the development of the self and the growth of consciousness.


To provide clients with an accepting, friendly space to discover their healing path and to develop therapeutic relationships that sustain, inspire and guide them.

To provide clients with highly skilled, self responsible and self aware psychotherapists and yoga therapists who are always striving to learn about advancements in their fields and to continually develop themselves.

To create psychoeducational opportunities for clients to empower them to learn about their symptoms and how they can move towards healing and growth.

To provide innovative training programs that develop highly competent, self aware, self responsible, and inspiring psychotherapists and yoga therapists.

“When we are no longer able to change a situation we are challenged to change ourselves.” Viktor Frankl