Psychotherapy is a powerful personal process that can help children, teenagers, and adults work through difficult emotional experiences, a variety of mental health issues, and the challenging conditions faced in life. Our therapists will work to create a safe and close therapeutic relationship where individuals can learn about themselves and make productive and helpful changes to enhance their quality of life.
Your care will start with an initial diagnostic evaluation to explore your current problems and symptoms along with a personal biological, psychological, and social history for the therapist to begin to formulate a better understanding of your situation. Based on this evaluation, you and your therapist will collaborate to develop a personalized treatment plan that will include your goal for treatment and strategies to help you achieve the desired outcome. The frequency of visits with your therapist will depend on your individualized needs and are typically completed in-office; however, home visits may be available for certain situations. Our therapists are fully credentialed as LCSWs and LPCs.
Targeted case management/skills trainings are provided for diagnosis such as, but not limited to, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Adjustment Disorder, Depression, Mood Disorders, and Anxiety. These services may be provided in office, school, home, and community environment. These services are provided to children, adolescents, and adults. Skills trainings are based upon individual needs, goals, and may include such services as symptom management, anger management, communication skills, and many others. Case managers work closely with the individual, family, schools, and community to reach their individual and family goals. With children and adolescents, case managers may also attend individual meetings, such ARD and teacher conferences, to assist in collaborating needs to help academics be as successful as possible. All case managers are degreed specialist and are identified as Qualified Mental Health Professionals.