Adult Individal Therapy

In individual therapy, a therapist will help you assess your situation, offer diagnostic expertise, and set goals with you to work on in therapy. Our therapist is trained in several methods of treatment to help meet your needs and preferences. During therapy, we will help you understand what these types of treatment are and how they work. Treatment methods consist of a blend of techniques from several theoretical backgrounds such as Family Systems, Client Centered,  Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Solution and Trauma Focused Therapies combined with curriculum such as Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP), Seeking Safety, and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT).

Adolescent Individual Therapy

Adolescence is a unique time in one’s life. There are many struggles during this life stage that are normal to this transition period. Their primary goal is often breaking away from the child role and attempting to find their place and identity separate from their parents or peer group. The therapist is sensitive to these concerns, both on the adolescent side as well as the parental side. Therapy consist of the same components as other individual therapy (assessment, diagnostic expertise, setting goals). As with all counseling, the client leads the direction, pace, and who is part of that process. The therapist will use a variety of the treatment they have been trained in to meet the needs of the youth.

Child Individual Therapy

When working with children, the therapist will complete a thorough biophysosocial assessment in order to assess the child’s situation, offer diagnostic expertise, and set goals with you and your child to work on during your therapy. As part of your child’s individual therapy, your counselor may suggest family therapy as an additional mode of treatment. The therapist utilizes methods such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Solution and Trauma Focused combined with parenting curriculum such as Positive Discipline and Nurturing Parenting programs.