Diagnostic assessments are used to ascertain if the client being assessed demonstrates symptoms that would meet criteria for a formal diagnosis. Diagnostic assessments pinpoint areas that the client could benefit from additional support, and what may be the best approach or type of services and supports to teach them new techniques or coping mechanisms.
Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which a client is treated on a one-on-one basis with a counselor. Individual therapy allows the client and counselor to build a rapport and work together to solve issues and challenges that the client seeks resolution for.
Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy that helps romantic partners to recognize and resolve issues within their relationship. The couple (or sometimes just one partner) will work with a counselor to target specific issues such as communication problems, anger, infidelity, sexual difficulties, substance abuse, and more.
Family therapy is another type of psychotherapy that specifically looks to build or improve the relationships between members of a family. Family members work with a counselor to improve communication and overcome issues such as marital or financial problems, conflicts between members, substance abuse, and mental health problems impacting the family dynamic.
Group therapy is psychotherapy led by a counselor with other people who are looking to overcome an issue or challenge in life. Group therapy is a great way to meet and talk to a community of people facing similar struggles. We offer treatment groups for several different disorders and challenges. Find out more about our group therapy by clicking here.
Our practice offers our expertise in human cognition and behavior to address problems or issues within businesses. Our consultative services can be provided at the individual, group, or organizational level and can provide valuable techniques and solutions to improve employee experiences, rectify internal problems, and ultimately maximize business potential.