Using a strengths-based approach, Maia uses the therapeutic environment to create a space that fosters greater self-awareness and communication skills, regardless of the client’s developmental level. Focusing on emotional and cognitive awareness, Maia helps her clients build social understanding and self-advocacy skills. She works with a broad range of individuals, from young children to elderly people – but regardless of age, her dynamic relational therapeutic approach means that every client receives therapy tailored to his or her developmental stage and psychological needs. Maia offers individual, couples, group, and family therapy for high-functioning people on the autism spectrum, including Asperger’s syndrome and other developmental disabilities, as well as childhood disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Through a highly personalized approach, Maia's clients are encouraged to develop a positive sense of themselves and their incremental successes, enabling them to develop the confidence and impetus to set and reach positive and productive goals.