Depending on the individual’s developmental stage, needs, and emotional maturity, talk therapy is predominantly used. This process involves talking about obstacles in one’s life. The focus might be anxiety, grief, sadness, trauma, anger, problems in school /in the workplace, struggles with peers, or concerns with communication in other significant relationships.
There are many ways therapy can address issues a family may be having. Sometimes families benefit from conversations and mediation in a safe environment. When working with families, we support each family member as well as the family as a whole. Collaboratively, the family will work to improve communication and understanding, build stronger relationships, and find balance.
Couples learn to break through barriers to achieve greater understanding, connection, and intimacy. Couples work to achieve a long-term healthy relationship, while increasing respect, affection, and closeness. In therapy, couples will begin to resolve conflict, break through stuck feelings, while creating shared goals.
Trauma results from an event, series of events, or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or threatening and that has lasting adverse effects on the individual's functioning and physical, social, emotional, or spiritual well-being. Whether it is a recent or past event ,you can begin to find freedom and healing as you work with trained EMDR therapist.
For some people, the ability to directly incorporate biblical principles of faith, prayer, and Scripture into a difficult situation or season of life, is of utmost importance. For this reason, several of our therapists are trained to provide a Christ-centered and biblical approach to counseling when requested by the client.
Support groups bring people together who are going through similar experiences, thereby forming authentic community. Support groups provide an opportunity for people to share personal experiences and feelings, in a safe and non-judgmental environment. Support groups are facilitated by trained and/or licensed mental health professionals who can provide practical and realistic coping skills and other tools.