MENTAL WELL-BEING

We have a diverse set of counselors who can assist you with addressing different issues. As professional partners striving to meet your needs, we provide services for the following concerns:

Relational Issues
  • Pre-Marital Counseling

  • Mariage Counseling

  • Couple's therapy

  • Dealing with In-laws

Common Issues
  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Phobias

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Parent-Child Interactions
  • Teen Conflict

  • Developmental Stages

  • Parenting

  • Attachment Issues

  • Infant Mental Health

Child Abuse/Neglect
  • Adoption

  • Trauma

  • Reactive Attachments

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Attachment

  • Foster care

Grief/Loss
  • Death & Dying

  • Bereavement

  • Divorce

Trauma

 

  • Post-Traumatic Stress 

  • Acute Stress

  • Domestic Violence

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Crisis Intervention

Counseling focuses on specific issues and is designed to help a person address a particulat problem such as addition or stress management. The focus may be on problem solving or on learning specific techniques for coping with or avoiding problem areas. Counseling is also usually more short-term than psychotherapy.

 

We provide services to all ages. Some of our counselors and coaches are trained or certified in working with infants, parent-children (dyadic therapy), and play therapy.

Counseling

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is more long-term than counseling and focuses on a broader range of issues. The underlying principle is that a person'a patterns of thinking and unconscious awareness affect the way that person interacts with the world. The goal is to uncover those patterns and become aware of their effect and then learn new, healthier ways to think and interact.

 

Psychotherapy is usually limited to a specific age range due to the level of cognitive functioning necessary to maintain and develop insight and decision making skills. According to developmental theory, the necessary thinking skills needed to participate in this form of mental health  begins approximately at age 13 years.

Group therapy is for the person who would benefit from a setting with multiple individuals discussing their path to mental well-being on a specific topic. Group therapy can be beneficial by acting as a support network, helping the individual put their issue in perspective, and seeing the issue at hand from different persepctives. Groups are limited to eight individuals and do not allow new members once the process has begun. Groups are ongoing and you can contact us to determine when our new sessions begin.

Group Therapy