Utilizes one or more therapists working with a group of individuals at the same time.
Specialized and broad groups available
Based on community need.
Children, Adolescents, Adults
Issues related to trauma, addiction, mood disorders, spiritual growth/wounds, relationships, childhood issues, eating disorders, LGBTQ issues, military-related issues, work-life balance, imposter syndrome and more.
Individual and family therapy services are offered in a safe, non-judgmental and client-centered manner. It is a joint process between the individual/family and the therapist. Goals of therapy are specific to the client, as is the length of treatment. Clients generally seek therapy when an issue causes distress or interferes with daily life. Distress can mean negative thoughts, feelings, behaviors or even a bodily sensation such as pain or fatigue. Although there are reasons people avoid treatment, such as the ongoing stigma that comes with mental health care, feelings of shame when speaking about past hurts, not wanting to acknowledge anything is wrong, fear that discussions in treatment will not stay confidential, and money issues, statistics from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) indicate that one 1 in 5 adults may be affected. The reality is that nearly all people will struggle at onepoint or another. Therapy is a safe, effective and confidential way of working through those struggles.
Social Security Disability Assessments
Drug and Alcohol Evaluations
Pre-Operative Assessments for Bariatric Surgery and Pain Control
The primary goal of mediation and alternative dispute resolution is not psychological change but negotiated settlement of a dispute. Mediation is an informal but structured process in which one or more impartial third parties assist disputants in talking about a conflict and in negotiating a resolution so that it addresses the needs and interests of the parties.
Voluntary, work-based program that offers free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to emloyees who have personal and/or work-related problems
Customizable to the orgnization
Multiple Marriage and Family Therapists available
Marriage and relationship enrichment counseling
Marriage and relationship reparitive therapy
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Adapted for Trauma Survivors (EFT and EMDR protocol)
An employee assistance program is an employee benefit program that assists employees with personal problems and/or work-related problems that may impact their job performance, health, mental and emotional well-being. EAPs generally offer free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services for employees and their household members. EAP counselors also work in a consultative role with managers and supervisors to address employee and organizational challenges.