"We all want the freedom to be ourselves, yet we are most afraid of being ourselves."
The Nurture Play Structure (NPS) Model of Therapy was developed through experiences with clients. Over time, the importance of balance in our lives began to emerge as a common theme in discussions with clients. In observing the improvements clients experienced when they discovered balance the NPS Model was born.
The NPS Model is a tool to explore this sense of balance in our lives. By focusing on Nurture, Play, and Structure, individuals, couples, and families are better able to recognize their strengths and challenges. They also report a better sense of who they are, what they need, and how to name these needs in relationships.
The NPS Model of Therapy can be used to address anxiety, depression, self-esteem, inter- and intra- personal relationships, and many other issues. With NPS, you can begin to experience the freedom to be yourself. We invite you to explore this site to learn more about this model of therapy.
Phillip Bass, MDiv, ThM, MA, LCMHC, NCC,
Licensed Qualified Supervisor