Dr. Paradise helps individuals, families, and organizations better meet life’s challenges.
His approach to therapy is pragmatic and client-focused, and he employs a variety
of clinical interventions that target problematic behavior, faulty cognition, and
emotional dysregulation. He takes advantage of treatment protocols that have demonstrated
efficacy, and favors interventions that address the full range of individual and
contextual factors that contribute to personal adversity.
In addition to his own clinical practice, he is a former psychology professor and
has trained and supervised other clinicians who have gone on to practice in a wide
variety of academic, institutional, and private-practice settings. He is widely published
in academic journals, has presented at national conferences, and has also been quoted
in newsmagazines and the popular print media.
He provides individual, group, and family therapy at his office in the Montrose/Museum
District and is available for on-site and in-home consultation as well. Please call
(832-519-1437) or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Paradise directly, to
discuss your case and to schedule an appointment.