Group Therapy decreases stigmatization and builds self confidence in individuals. It also develops interpersonal skills and problem-solving strategies. Groups can also be psycho-educational and provide unlimited knowledge obtained from other group members in a sharing environment.
Individual Counseling provides treatment in the form of cognitive, behavioral, insight-oriented and supportive. The method of therapy varies with each client. Many techniques that are utilized in therapy include experiential techniques, family of origin issues and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Anger Management is for those with uncontrolled anger who are perpetrators of strange or non-intimate violence. Anger Management provides techniques for managing anger directed at strangers, acquaintances, friends, or relatives. behavioral therapy.
Therapeutic Visitation: Families may be at risk for the possibility of displaying inappropriate verbal communication or actions and may need therapeutic visitation. Therapeutic visitation involves a mental health professional present to guide and supervise the course of the visit and recommend to parents or children’s meaningful interactions.
Couples Therapy: With the rising divorce rate, couples are facing challenges regarding making decisions that may impact family members. Many couples are also faced with impasses that impede their ability to grow individually or relationally. Some issues couples face, include: infidelity, communication, financial, parenting, divorce, and roles and positions in the family.
Home-Based Therapy allows flexibility for the client and the therapist. The client is seen in the home setting at a scheduled time and date.
School Based Therapy allows the therapist to see children in their school setting during off periods. This allows flexibility for the guardian, as the child are seen during the day. This also permits a therapist to see multiple children in a single school setting.
Community Behavioral Assessments are conducted by our licensed professionals, who have been trained and supervised in particular areas that are being evaluated. The activities used for assessment purposes are not “test” and therefore do not have a right or wrong answer — and for this reason, “assessment” is a more appropriate term.
Telehealth uses technology to provide mental health services from a distance. Telemental Health may be useful to individuals who cannot leave their home or who work unconventional hours, as well as those overseas or who live in rural or remote areas.
FamilyTherapy: Each family is unique and has its own strengths and weaknesses. Focusing on family strengths provides the family with a foundation to build upon. Families often experience problems during times of transitions such as: new child, new marriage, death of a loved one, or divorce. Families need support and direction to help them heal. Family therapy could include: communication, structure, roles and routines, family time, family meetings, role play, trauma resolution, grief and loss, and medical family therapy.
Art Therapy is a form of expressive therapy that uses art materials, such as paints, chalk and markers. Art therapy is based on the belief that the creative process of art is both healing and life-enhancing. Art therapists use drawings, paintings, and other art processes to assess and treat clients with emotional, cognitive, physical, and/or developmental needs and disorders
Children are usually uncomfortable talking about their thoughts, feelings, and behavior. They don’t have the cognitive ability to view themselves objectively or to understand how others view their behavior until early adolescence. Play is a child’s natural form of communication, just as talking is an adult’s natural way to communicate.
Parenting Education is appropriate for couples as well as single parents. Parenting in general is very challenging and parenting children who are experiencing their parents’ divorce, foster children, adoptive children or even blending families, may require unique parenting methods