Adult Individual Therapy: designed to aid in the healing process and help identify mental health and emotional concerns/needs. The process is intended to assist clients in applying gained knowledge and insight to their journey toward having a healthy sense of self. Child and Adolescent Individual Therapy : designed to be an age and cultural appropriate process. It allows the client to express him/her self in a safe and supportive environment through tools such as CBT therapy, Play Therapy, discussion, art therapy, activities, etc. Includes children ages 2-17
Family Therapy: explores the dynamics of the family system and supports healthy interpersonal communication and interactions. It helps the family restructure themselves after transitioning from an dysfunctional family dynamic.
Group Therapy: designed to explore various topics in a safe and supportive group environment.
Person-Centered: This approach strives to create a therapeutic environment that is conformable, non-judgmental and empathetic. Therapists allow clients to lead the discussion and do not try to steer the client in any particular direction. The therapist needs to share his or her feelings honestly. By modeling this behavior, the therapist can help teach the client to also develop this important skill. The therapist must accept the client for who they are and display support and care no matter what the client is facing or experiencing. By creating a climate of unconditional positive regard, the client feels able to express his or her emotions without fear of rejection.