Mental Health Services
Our mental health programs offers quality counseling and mental health therapy services to adults, children and families. Our team of experienced therapists use evidenced-based treatment modalities to help you and your family identify problem areas, set treatment goals and achieve a greater quality of life.
All our Behavioral Health Professionals, or therapists, are individuals who are state licensed to provide clinical services. They have a master’s level degree or higher; many with certifications in specialized area, including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Substance Abuse and Addiction Treatments, and Marriage and Family Therapy.
Psychotherapy / Counseling Services We Provide:
- Diagnostic Evaluations, Mental Health Assessments and Screenings
- Individual, family, and group therapy
- In office, School-based, and/or telehealth sessions
- Trauma Informed, Person Centered approach to treatment
- Referrals to TCM, CSA and other appropriate wrap-around services
What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is a process in which the therapist and individual or family work together as a team to develop and implement a plan for care. The therapy process occurs in stages.
Stage 1 – Assessment: At your first appointment your therapist will gather important information about presenting problems and life experiences in order to formulate an accurate diagnosis.
Stage 2 – Psychoeducation and Treatment Planning: Your therapist will provide you with evidence-based information about the diagnosis and ask you for feedback.
You and your therapist will work together to set goals and design a plan for how the presenting problems will be addressed. This plan will be reviewed at least every six months and changes can be made at any time.
Stage 3 – Intervention: This is where the plan will be put into action. This may include talk therapy (or processing), skills development, journaling/exploration activities outside of session, additional psychoeducation, referrals to other services, and more. Your therapist will work with you on a regular schedule (meeting for sessions weekly, bi-weekly).
Therapy begins with the end in mind, or what we refer to as discharge. When you and your therapist have identified that the work it takes to meet your goals have been completed and positive changes are demonstrated, you will be ready to transition from regular therapy sessions!