Services

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Trying to let go of negative emotions is never as easy as it should be. In fact, it can be painful for some people to try to deny their true feelings. They can also end up doing harm to themselves because they’re so afraid to accept reality. While you might be able to use short-term solutions to temporarily rid yourself of depression on anxiety, these problems quickly come back. Actual treatment, such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, must be deployed…

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Case Management

As you take the road to inner peace and tranquility and free yourself from psychological pain, your case manager is right there with you. Your case manager is your advocate, your broker, and the manager who is in charge of helping you obtain your health and recover a sense of well-being. They provide valuable comprehensive input and instructions to coordinate with doctors, psychiatrists, counselors, and family members to ensure your ultimate success…

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

When you experience horrific events in your life, they can do a number on the brain. Once you go through such an upset, your body and mind are forever altered. While there is no way to erase the effects of trauma officially, there is a way to process these events so that you can cope better. For some people, they are not sure if it’s genetic or triggers, but they know that they need help. There is no need to let the past hold you down any longer, and cognitive behavioral therapy can help…

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, more commonly referred too as DBT, is a type of therapy that mental health professionals use to help give their patients the tools they need to not cope with but move forward and manage emotions that are painful. It helps them learn how to deal with conflicts within a relationship in a healthier, more productive way. This type of therapy is able to help mental health care patients by focusing on four major areas of mental and emotional health areas…

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Group Therapy

In many cases, issues such as addiction and mental health disorders can leave an individual to feel isolated and alone. Because of this, individuals struggling with these types of issues tend to withdrawal themselves socially and not maintain relationships. Group Therapy is beneficial to individuals in these types of situations because it provides them the tools they need to cope with their disorders while building a network of support…

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Marriage and Family Counseling

Marriage and family counseling is a common therapy method that has become increasingly popular. This isn’t only because there’s been a rise in conflicts between partners. Instead, marriage and family therapy can help with a variety of different issues, some of which many people might find surprising. This is because marriage therapy can be a benefit for a variety of reasons…

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Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychodynamic Therapy is a type of therapy that involves a therapist examining the mind of their client comprehensively and thoroughly to determine how their subconscious thoughts affect their present behaviors. It is based on the belief that a person’s past actions have an impact on how they act presently. For example, the past actions and unconscious thought behaviors of an addict may cause an addict that is in recovery to participate in harmful activities, that, in turn, can cause them to relapse…

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Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy, also known as Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) or brief therapy, is a type of treatment that concentrates more on finding solutions than discussing the problem. Unlike traditional forms of psychotherapy that analyze issues based on history, SFBT looks at solutions in the present time and explores ideas that will help to resolve the problems in the future. It is a goal-oriented therapy that is founded on the premise that everyone has a goal in life, and we all know exactly what we need to do to achieve it…

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