Nurturing healing and growth, one step at a time

Janneta K. Bohlander is a licensed marriage and family therapist.

Tell Your Story, Let It Be Heard

For over 20 years, Janneta has worked with children, adults and couples facing:

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • ADHD
  • Life transitions and stress
  • Relationship and family issues


Janneta K. Bohlander is a licensed marriage and family therapist. For over twenty years, she has worked with individuals, couples, and families. Her specialty is working with children and adults dealing with PTSD, generalized anxiety & depression.

Services We Offered

In addition to traditional therapy such as CBT and DBT, Janneta also incorporates other treatment options such as EMDR therapy, biofeedback and mindfulness meditation practices.

Depression & Anxiety

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Panic Attacks



Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Learning Disabilities

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing


Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT will help you manage your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors effectively. This evidence-based therapy helps identify and modify destructive thinking patterns linked to emotional distress and unhealthy behavior—such as cognitive distortions personalization. Through collaborative sessions and cognitive behavioral therapy exercises, you’ll learn to challenge unhelpful thoughts, develop healthier coping mechanisms, and ultimately enhance your well-being.

Studies show CBT’s modest but widespread benefit across various conditions, improving health-related quality of life. Its structured approach makes it a popular choice, helping individuals quickly identify and cope with specific challenges with techniques like cognitive defusion exercises.

While effective for various concerns, CBT helps in treating anxiety, depression, and even complex conditions like Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Consider exploring CBT with us and improve your mental well-being. 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

DBT will help you navigate the complexities of emotions and relationships. This modified form of CBT goes beyond simply changing thoughts, focusing on mindfulness, stress management, emotional regulation, and healthy communication.

Originally developed for BPD, DBT group therapy can address various mental health challenges, including anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. Studies show a remarkable success rate, with up to 77% of BPD individuals no longer meeting diagnostic criteria after a year of treatment.

We help validate your emotions without judgment, creating a safe space to explore them constructively with DBT therapy techniques. You’ll learn DBT mindfulness skills, dialectical thinking, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation—to manage difficult emotions and build healthier relationships.

Ready to cultivate a more fulfilling life? Consider exploring DBT with us!

Child Therapy

Child therapy is a targeted intervention designed to help children navigate challenges, build emotional resilience, and thrive in their world. We address a wide range of issues, from anxiety and depression to behavioral difficulties and trauma.

Play therapy, for example, uses age-appropriate mediums like toys and games to help children express themselves nonverbally, process emotions, and develop coping mechanisms. For older children, CBT helps them to identify and challenge negative thought patterns that contribute to emotional distress.

Online child therapy can equip children with the tools they need to manage their emotions effectively, build healthy relationships, and reach their full potential. It can also provide valuable support for families navigating difficult times.

If you’re concerned about your child’s emotional or behavioral well-being, talk to us today about our child therapy services.


Biofeedback therapy for anxiety is an innovative, non-invasive therapy that will help you explore the power of your mind-body connection. Through specialized sensors and biofeedback techniques, you gain real-time feedback on key body functions like heart rate, muscle tension, and blood pressure. By learning to consciously regulate these functions, you can address a variety of concerns.

Studies show clear evidence for its effectiveness in reducing headache pain and aiding urinary incontinence treatment. It can help you with depression, stress, chronic pain, and insomnia.

Relax muscles to ease chronic pain, slow your heart rate for stress management, or regulate breathing to combat insomnia—biofeedback techniques help you with personalized training programs designed by experienced therapists.

Explore the potential of your mind-body connection and use biofeedback for pain relief with us.

Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are sudden surges of intense fear that come on strong and fast, even when there’s no danger. You might be feeling overwhelmed at work, your heart racing, sweating, having trouble breathing, or feeling dizzy or numb. It’s scary, but remember, these attacks aren’t dangerous and usually peak within minutes.

While the cause is unknown, stress, anxiety, or certain medical conditions can play a role. If you experience them frequently, don’t hesitate to reach out and have the best medication for panic attacks and anxiety over the counter to a healthcare professional.

We can help you understand what’s happening and find tools to manage your anxiety. Get the necessary aids with the skills to manage your thinking ASAP.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) isn’t just about being clean. It’s about unwanted thoughts (obsessions) like germs causing distress and the urge to repeat behaviors (compulsions) to “undo” them, like constant handwashing. These ritualistic behaviors can be time-consuming and draining.

While sometimes confused with ADHD’s inattentiveness, OCD involves both obsessive thoughts and repetitive actions. Remember, OCD isn’t your fault. It’s a brain-based condition.

We can give you answers to how to break the cycle of obsessive thoughts. They offer evidence-based tools to manage everything: depression, ADHD, and obsessive thoughts, empowering you to reclaim control. Don’t wait. Seek support and find relief.


Depression isn’t just sadness –it’s a mood disorder that makes it hard to enjoy things, feel motivated, or even get out of bed – it’s like battling inner demons. You might feel hopeless, lose interest in hobbies, or have changes in sleep or appetite. It lasts longer than normal sadness and can interfere with daily life.

While the cause isn’t always clear, life events, brain chemistry, and even family history are some of the main reasons for depression in men/women. But remember, depression is treatable! Talking to a doctor or therapist is the first step.

We can help save you from drowning in sorrow and find treatment options like therapy, medication, or lifestyle changes.


ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It’s a common condition that can make it tough to focus, sit still, or control impulses. This can lead to forgetfulness, fidgeting, and feeling restless.

Think of it like your brain’s wiring is unique. This can make tasks like sitting still, concentrating, or controlling impulses a bit trickier. But it’s not because you’re not smart or trying hard!

The good news? There are lots of ways to manage ADHD. We can help you with the best ADHD medication for adults with anxiety.

Remember, having ADHD and impulsive behavior doesn’t define you. Your life does not end here—it’s you who can and has to overcome adversity.

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