By participating in therapy, you are able to learn new ways to learn or improve social and emotional communication, parent-child relationships and overall functioning. In many cases, symptoms of depression and anxiety can be improved or completely alleviated. You are able to gain a better understanding in resolving issues with better problem-solving skills.
Because each person's response to therapy is unique, therapeutic goals and outcomes will vary depending on the individual. Learning new skills and integrating new ways to deal with difficulties takes time. Our clinicians see clients on a weekly basis during the first 3-6 months to build a strong foundation. We will work together to gradually decrease your visits to biweekly then to a monthly schedule to gradually end our services. Our goal is to prepare you to meet your goals and achieve independence in your success!
Consistency of treatment is important in order to establish a therapeutic rapport, trust and goal setting treatments.
What if I have to reschedule or cancel an appointment?
You may cancel or reschedule your appointment, however, you must call us within 24 hours of your appointment to avoid same day cancellation charges or missed fees.
In most cases, mental health issues can not rely on medication alone. Medication cannot teach skills. In some cases medication may not be necessary. When medication is warranted, many physicians and counseling professionals recommend a combination of medication management and counseling for the best results. Long-term solutions to mental health issues cannot be resolved solely by medication.
How do I know what we talk about will be private?