We offer a wide range of services which may include individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, parent skill building, consultation with schools and other medical professionals, training on various mental health topics, community presentations and supervision.
WHO WE SERVE
In this paragraph, we want to sum up everything this page has to give. Here, we're going to start with the ages of the people we serve. (Which I I know is 0-18 however, we'll break it down below for them to see the five age categories you have listed on your website.) Then we'll briefly touch on the different disorders you address followed by Areas of Therapy and then Areas of Counseling. We'll touch briefly on methodology and treatment approaches.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
These are some common areas of difficulty that we can assist you in.
During treatment, individuals with anxiety develop an understanding of their triggers and learn coping skills to address worry, fears and/or panic attacks.
Individuals who are struggling with social interaction learn ways to start and maintain conversations and build positive friendships with peers.
Individuals who are being bullied will learn how to stand up for themselves, get help from the correct sources, and break the bullying cycle.
Individuals who struggle to communicate with others will obtain the skills on how to express feelings to peers, parents, teachers, coaches, and others effectively.
Sessions with clients who have depression involve learning techniques for overcoming sadness, isolation and feelings of loneliness.
Clients with self-esteem difficulties will develop strategies to identify strengths and focus on positives about one’s self.
Clients struggling with anger management will obtain an understanding of the feelings hidden by anger and how to better express those emotions in an appropriate manner.
Licensed Associate Counselors who are applying for licensure will be able to develop a plan of supervision to help them reach their goals of complete licensure.
Telehealth Video Sessions
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
Individual Resiliency Therapy