Our Services

Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling can be used to address multiple issues that include (but are not limited to the following): anxiety, depression, anger, anorexia, bulimia, substance use, loss of a loved one, phobias, abuse, neglect, and mental disorders to name a few.  Treatment focuses on assisting individuals in identifying sources of their presenting problems which could be a result of family history, bullying, financial stressors, relationship issues, identity conflicts, absent parents, gang affiliations, health issues, environmental influences or any number of other sources.

 

Individual counseling usually consists of an intake process that involves completing legal documentation in which the client authorizes treatment; an assessment that takes 1 to 2 hours to complete; treatment planning that details the client’s treatment goals and outlines the treatment process, and sessions that range from 30 minutes to an hour with a focus on the treatment goals.

 

Individual counseling that involves children and teens utilizes a collaborative approach to address issues which result in problematic behavior by the child or teen. These types of behavior can have and impact on other individuals, schools, the community, or home environments.  Agency coordination and cooperation is used to identify problematic and dysfunctional behaviors in which all involved play a specific role in helping to resolve the identified behavior(s).

Family Counseling

Family Counseling can be used to address issues that cause the family to function in an unhealthy manner.  Family dysfunction can be derived from (but is not limited to the following): arguing due to stress and anxiety; disrespect; breaking rules; physical altercations; running away; financial irresponsibility; absent or irresponsible parenting; unruly children; neglect; lack of intimacy; paranoia; depression, and loss of trust.

 

Family counseling usually consists of an intake process that involves completing legal documentation for all family members involved in the treatment process to include authorization for treatment; an assessment that takes 1 to 2 hours to complete (to be done for primary client); treatment planning that details the client’s treatment goals and outlines the treatment process, and sessions that range from 30 minutes to an hour with a focus on the treatment goals.

 

Family counseling involves helping families resolve Family of Origin (FOO) issues that negatively impact healthy family functioning utilizing innovative approaches that involve identifying origins and sources of dysfunction and creating plans to address each issue.

Couples Counseling

Couples Counseling can be used to assist couples in resolving issues that are unique to the couple.  The therapy processes includes utilizing a tailored approach using information derived from identifying the origin and impact of the couple’s concerns and issues which could include (but are not limited to the following): arguing, fighting, finances, disrespect, abuse, neglect, lack of intimacy, paranoia, depression, infidelity, and loss of trust.

 

Couples counseling usually consists of an intake process that involves completing legal documentation for the couple to include authorization for treatment; an assessment that takes 1 to 2 hours to complete (to be done for both); treatment planning that details the treatment goals and outlines the treatment process, and sessions that range from 30 minutes to an hour with a focus on the treatment goals.

 

 

Group Counseling

Services provided for multiple group needs from stress release; to dealing with work related stress; bullying; and much more. Call our office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Online Counseling

Services provided via phone; ipad; video, or other computer related devices.