Family therapy focuses on reinforcing healthy and loving relationships between family members, and resolving issues or conflicts that can have a lasting impact on those relationships.Read More
Children and Teens
Whether your child is having trouble at school, not getting along with friends, isn’t behaving like his peers, therapy can help improve your quality of life as a parent when you start seeing positive changes in your child.Read More
Patients with special needs requires a high level of attention and care. Through education, experience, understanding and compassion, I create an ideal environment for my patients to improve their individual areas of need.Read More
Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
No matter what you're facing, there is always hope.
There are many different reasons why someone may decide that the time is right to make a healthy change in their life. By working together, we can work through issues that have caused discomfort, sadness, or a lack of fulfillment, enabling you to take control and reclaim your happiness.
"Courage starts with showing up and letting
ourselves be seen."
- Brene Brown
Keeping It Simple
How does the process work?
Schedule a Consultation
Choose a time that we can spend a few minutes discussing your needs to determine if we're a good fit for you. Your consultation is free, private, and can be completed from the comfort of your own home.Select a Time
We meet, discuss, and create a plan.
Therapy isn't a one size fits all process. I create a treatment plan specifically for you, based on what you need and your availability. Once we create a plan, we begin the process while following the blueprint we have laid out, so you know exactly what to expect along the way.
Vanessa Bever, MFT
Vanessa Bever is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in family health, personal and child-development, parent-child relationships, and developmental disabilities. She graduated with her Bachelors in Psychology from California State University and her Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology from National University, California.Read More
Capital District Therapy
How to Handle Unsolicited Advice as a New Mom.
Oct 15, 2018
You might be casually describing a frustrating situation you experienced with your child to a friend. Instead of being met with the empathy and understanding you’re expecting, you are met with unwanted advice. Or maybe you are just going about your business, caretaking for your child in a public setting...Read More