For adults over the age of 19... Therapy may be a new concept for you, and that's okay. New things and change can be scary for everyone. Therapy certainly brings on a lot of changes, but as long as you want and accept them, they can be positive ones. You may think, 'Well, I don't need therapy,' but that is the problem. It's not about having a certain level of mental illness. Therapy can be a way to understand yourself better and how navigate life. We could all use a little assistance once in a while, so don't let old societal standards keep you from exploring your emotions. Everybody deserves to have their thoughts heard and validated.
We have trained professionals to support adolescents ages 13-19 years. Hormone changes can create moods, depression, and anxiety. Add to that peer pressure, bullying, and life change, and adolescence is an emotional period. It's normal to experience a wide range of emotions, from regret to guilt, when thinking about getting professional help. Don't let your emotions get in the way of your adolescent getting professional counseling to improve their mental health.
We have wonderful services for children ages 4-12 in person. Things look a little different for kids depending on their age and developmental level. The younger your child is, the more time you can expect to spend i working with your child’s counselor. Parents are the center of a young child’s life. Little people look to their caregivers to decide how they should think, feel, and act. Their connection with their parent is what helps them feel safe. Your young child takes many cues from you, it’s hard to create any lasting change in therapy if you aren’t practicing at home.
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"I was ordered by ASAP to seek an interview with a counselor from their approved group. I chose Dr. Flippin and am very glad
"Highly recommend Marquita Garrett as a clinical supervisor! Ms. Garrett provided me with weekly clinical supervision to discuss client caseload, treatment planning, and other
She’la White, LPC (The Safe Space)
"My counselor was Tatyana Maizel. I had the privilege of working with her when she was an intern. She was thoughtful, caring and understanding
"Shantel Cooper is an awesome counselor and has helped me immensely. I have made deep progress with Shantel, when she was an intern, as