Individual therapy is also referred to or known as counseling, therapy or psychotherapy. In individual therapy you meet one-on-one with a therapist/clinician. There are many different types of therapy and approaches. Your therapist or clinician may use a single-treatment approach, or combine several different types. Maybe you are feeling depressed or anxious, or maybe you need help dealing with a painful experience or trouble at home with a spouse or family member. Perhaps you do not necessarily have a mental health issue to deal with, but simply need assistance with self-esteem, or a personal growth issue. Individual therapy provides a one-on-one safe and supportive place for you to explore your feelings, behaviors, habits, and thoughts so you can get your life back! When specific emotional and psychological issues begin to cause you problems and interfere with you or your loved one’s normal life, the time may be right to seek therapy or counseling. Learn More >
Family therapy or counseling can help you, your spouse and your children repair and improve difficult relationships. Family therapy can help patch strained relationships, teach new coping skills and improve how your family works together. Whether it’s you, your spouse, or your children who are in crisis, family counseling can help you deal with these issues and help strengthen new behaviors for the entire family. Family therapy can help identify your concerns and then address exactly how each family member is handling them. Guided by your family therapist, your family will learn new ways to work together to overcome old issues and problems. Family therapy can be helpful in almost any family situation that causes anger, struggles, conflict, or stress. It can help build stronger family bonds by addressing issues so family members understand each other better. Learn More >
Marriage & Relationship Therapy
Does it feel like you have the same fights or conversation over and over again? Does it feel like you spouse or partner never listens? Are you two going through some major life-transitions or changes, like having a baby, loss of job, divorce, teenage trouble, a child going through the terrible two’s? Or are dealing with major issues like substance abuse, anger, or even violence in the relationship? Relationships, whether between married couples, non-married couples, or partners all have their challenges … and sometimes it feels like there is nowhere to turn! Are you feeling you’ve hit the end-of-your-rope and it’s time to make some major changes? Since you’ve taken an important first step by being at this website, we want you to know that relationship therapy, also known as marriage counseling, or couples counseling has helped even the most troubled relationships … so there is hope!
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Child & Teen Therapy
Children of all ages, including preschool, elementary, middle school and high school, all seen to have their own level of difficulty for parents and care givers. Parents are not given an instruction manual when their kids are born, and they constantly worry about doing the right thing and making the right choices about how their children grow, develop and interact with the world.
Sometimes parents and family members are facing issues with their child that they don’t know how to handle, and it can pull a family apart if not addressed. Many children and teens stumble along the way, and individual or family therapy or counseling can successfully address these issues.
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