Counseling (psychotherapy) is a process that is confidential and scientifically proven to alleviate a variety of issues. Counseling can be effective in assisting those experiencing difficulty with relationships, family dynamics, mental health illnesses, and life transitions. This therapeutic avenue is most beneficial when clients, couples, families, or groups are ready to work through the challenging feelings surrounding their concerns. Present moment awareness, psycho-education, and other techniques are used in session to help find unique solutions for individuals, couples, families, and groups.
TYPES OF COUNSELING SESSIONS
Individual Sessions– Some common reasons you and/or your child may want to schedule an individual counseling session:
- A traumatic life event has occurred that remains unresolved
- There is confusion about life purpose or what direction in life should be
- There is depression, anxiety, addiction, or other mental health disorder
- There are communication problems with others and difficulty forming meaningful relationships
- There is a huge life challenge or life transition
Couples Counseling– The union of two people brings joy, exhilaration and excitement of a new life together. It can also awaken sleeping parts of us that, with some perspective, could result in great personal growth. Sometimes couples seek counseling because they are having problems within the relationship such as intimacy issues, arguments, infidelity, divorce, parenting struggles, or financial burdens. Or maybe the couple just wants to connect more deeply, have premarital counseling, or post-honeymoon-period counseling. Couples counseling involves treating the relationship as the client instead of the individuals that make up the couple.
Family Therapy– Sometimes the whole family is in need of support. When a family experiences major life transitions such as a family member’s death, a parent’s divorce, or parent’s re-marriage, family therapy can help. Another reasons to schedule a session for the whole family is when there has been some kind of trauma (i.e., abuse, rape, near death experience, etc.). Family therapy can also help when there is a high level of stress or a behavioral and/or mental health concern with a child.
Group Therapy- A great adjunct to individual therapy is group therapy. Whether the group members all suffer from depression, addiction, anxiety, or any number of other concerns, coming together to process feelings in one of the most powerful things to do. Typically group sessions will meet once a week for 1.5 hours and will be facilitated by one or two of our experienced therapists.
Our team of professional therapists come with years of experience. Our team has multiple specializations including post traumatic stress, addiction, pain, anxiety, relationships & intimacy issues, attachment & development, parenting and child behavior challenges, depression and other mood disorders, and more! Check out our ABOUT US section for more information and to find the therapist that is right for you.
Our skilled staff utilize evidence-based therapy models in order to create positive changes. We customize our sessions based on the unique needs of each individual. Some of the therapy models we use include Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused-Therapy (TF-CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and more. We have specialists on our team who can support your therapeutic journey with yoga & meditation, nutrition, homeopathic medicine, acupuncture, bodywork, business consulting, and more.
You do not have to go through your challenges alone. You have so much within to access in order to guide you on your life journey. Feel free to contact us for a free phone consultation 1-855-968-9371 (You-WeR1).
Many insurance plans accepted. Sliding scale/hardship rates available for cash paying clients. Wellness package plans available.