Our mental health services include:
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
- Play Therapy
- Domestic Violence Counseling
- Couple Counseling
- Anger Management
- ADHD & ADD
- Victim Abuse & Other Trauma
- ODD (Oppositional Defiant Disorder)
- Parent Counseling
- Adjustment Issues & Life Changes
During individual therapy, our therapists work one on one with their patients to talk through thoughts, emotions and goals.
We bring in a family at one time to encourage improved communication, especially when it comes to issues such as divorce, anger management, or family members with behavioral or mental disorders.
During a PCIT session, we bring in the child and his or her parents or guardians. This type of therapy is helpful for improving relationships between parents and children struggling with behavioral or emotional issues. We encourage the parent or guardian to learn skills to better their interactions with their child.
Play therapy is a helpful treatment method for young children. The therapist encourages the child to engage in play that will help them to express their emotions.
If you are involved in a domestic violence situation, we are here to listen to your story and guide you towards the help you need. We want to help you thrive.
All couples have issues and go through rough patches. Marriage counseling can help improve your communication with your partner and address ways to successfully handle tension, frustration or anger.
We work in individual sessions with clients who struggle to express or control their anger, to learn better ways to convey and manage their emotions.
For some, therapy is an effective method of dealing with depression, while others might respond best to a combination of therapy and medication. We work with clients with depression to find a treatment path that allows them to feel happier and get more enjoyment out of life.
If you struggle with an anxiety disorder, one of our therapists can help you learn strategies to manage and reduce stress, anxiety and feelings of panic.
We are able to work with parents and clients in order to manage, control and reduce symptoms of attention deficit disorders.
If you have suffered a traumatic event, our therapists can help you move forward with your life, by helping you handle the emotions, including fear, panic, and depression, that can result from trauma.
Grief can be a difficult emotion to handle alone. Our therapists can help you through the process of grieving so that you can healthily manage your emotions and move forward.
Some children struggle with getting to school, or remaining in school once they get there. We meet with children and parents to address why the child may be averted to going to school and offer solutions.
Children with ODD will often act out through temper tantrums, arguing, refusing to follow rules, being irritable or angry, and going out of their way to upset or get revenge on others. This can affect their family life, relationships, and performance in school. We counsel children struggling with ODD to improve relationships and manage outbursts.
Our therapists can help parents of children who have mental, emotional, or behavioral problems learn how to improve their relationship with their child and how to address their issues.
Troublesome adjustments can include being diagnosed with a chronic or terminal disease, moving, divorce, and more. No matter what situation you are struggling to adapt to, our therapists can help you make peace with adjustments and meet challenges head on.
Our therapists can help improve the lives of those impacted by early trauma, abuse, neglect, and prenatal exposures.
No matter what you are struggling with, we most likely have a therapist who can work with you and help you.