What is Psychotherapy?
Following an assessment by a clinical professional, treatment goals will be explored with the individual(s) to customize their therapeutic care (click here to see our therapist team).
Therapy is recommended for anyone seeking to work on personal growth, improvement in their day-to-day functioning, develop coping strategies to enhance their sense of mental wellness, reduce bothersome symptoms, and increase support in other life areas or struggles. Therapy is also highly recommended when an individual is being seen for medication management services, as it can significantly enhance symptom management and meeting treatment goals.
Appointments are most often once per week to maximize support and progress, though may not always be recommended or necessary at this frequency.
Types of therapists may include
- Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSWC)
- Licensed Masters Social Worker (LMSW)
- Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC)
- Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor (LGPC)
Types of therapy sessions include:
- Individual – explore personal goals and individualize treatment
- Family – explore relational dynamics to improve family function
- Couples or Relationship – explore dynamics of individuals within the context of a relationship
- Marriage – explore dynamics of individuals within the context of marriage
- Group (coming soon) – explore how the session topic relates to or impacts an individual in a small group of others facing common struggles in a supportive, safe, and private setting