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In addition to partnering with patients in session, we also try to be a resource in between to ensure all have access to information and tools to achieve their goals.

Glossary of key terms

Individual therapy is the most common form of counseling. You’ll meet regularly one-on-one with a reliable and relatable therapist to explore your feelings, early life experiences, and any personal difficulties you are currently facing. Individual therapy is a unique process that can support you in the areas of your life where you feel stuck and increase your understanding of the way you engage with the world and with yourself. Individual counseling can assist you in developing insight into patterns creating difficulties in your life. Deeper self-knowledge promotes healing, self-esteem, professional development, and can help you move on from what’s been holding you back.

Couples therapy is joint counseling for you and your romantic partner. The therapist sees both partners together in order to facilitate healthy communication and to identify harmful patterns of relating in the relationship. Working together with a therapist will help both of you gain a deeper understanding of what the other is going through and to learn to share responsibility for your relationship. If you are experiencing confusion and tension in your relationship, are having issues related to sex, intimacy and fidelity, or would like to deepen your connection to your partner, couples therapy might be right for you.

Family therapy is a unique opportunity for family members to meet together with a skilled and professional therapist to talk through issues creating stress, tension and distance. Families are an important source of support and love. When misunderstanding and disagreement goes unaddressed, frustration and tension pushes families apart. Our trained team will help your family explore your unique history and identify troublesome family dynamics to get you back on track. Siblings or parent and child dyads are welcome. If you and your family members are experiencing complicated family dynamics and feel they are impacting your ability to be loving to one another, then family therapy at Health in Mind might be right for you.

Group therapy is unique because you and a small group of people struggling with similar issues get to meet with a therapist together. This provides an opportunity to not only share your experience, but to hear others’ as well. Group therapy is also a great way to receive gentle feedback from peers, aims to reduce isolation and increase relatedness. Helping others is a powerful way to heal the self. Being part of a group can help you feel less alone and more connected to others in your community.

PCIT is a treatment proven effective in helping children listen and behave better. By working as a team with the therapist, caregivers learn to manage their child’s behaviors through coaching of skills needed to foster a secure relationship and through creating a positive discipline program.

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Frequently Asked Questions

For counseling to be successful, it’s incredibly important that you have a therapist that makes you feel comfortable and willing to open up to. That can be hard to do by just looking at bios on a website, so our information session is an opportunity for our team to get to know you a bit, better understand your needs and help you make that critical connection.

During an information session we’ll spend time learning more about your history, as well as your needs and goals for therapy. It’s also a time for us to share more about our process and direct you to forms to help us get you set up in our systems, to include a review of our rates and a look at how insurance may or may not be part of your payment model.

The answer is, it depends! We will work with you to better understand your goals to put together a schedule that is ideal for your progress and other needs.

We offer both virtual, as well as in-person appointments, but not all needs may be suited to virtual care. Our team will work with you to ensure a plan is developed to best meet your needs.

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Many patients choose in-person counseling ‘near me’ to get the help they need, but scheduling issues or a busy lifestyle don’t always make this an accessible option. If you need therapy but don’t have time for in-person counseling, virtual therapy is an excellent alternative. Here are some of the benefits of virtual counseling so you can determine whether or not it’s the right choice for you.
– Choosing virtual therapy is much more flexible since you can participate in your sessions remotely. This allows you to choose more hours that work for you based on your unique schedule and lifestyle. If you have a busy career, you might not always have time available for in-person therapy.
– Many patients prefer virtual therapy because they can remain in the comfort of their own homes. You might feel more comfortable talking to your therapist from your living room as opposed to being in an office setting.
– You’ll still be able to talk to your therapist face to face during virtual counseling. Using special software, a microphone, and a web camera, your therapist will be able to see you, and vice-versa.
– If you travel a lot, you’ll still have access when you choose virtual therapy. You can communicate with your counselor via a smartphone, tablet, or any computer no matter where you are.

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