Behavioral Health Counseling and Substance Abuse Services
Services are available regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability, national origin, or income. Providing help and giving hope with family life cycle concerns like: Anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder Anger management Substance abuse and addiction behaviors Adoption Pregnancy Marital challenges, pre-marriage counseling Relationship conflicts (school, family, work) Court-ordered counseling Attention Deficit Disorders (ADHD) Problems resulting from unemployment Aging issues Life changes Stress management Grief and loss Illness or chronic illness adjustments Adolescent/childhood problems Loneliness or inability to socially interact School-related problems Domestic violence, abuse or neglect of children Work/industry issues Therapists respond to each person or family with a tailored approach based on their particular need to help address and resolve the issues that hinder or disrupt their lives at home, school, and work. The strengths of that person or family are leveraged in their therapy program to promote growth, insight, and autonomy. Professional counseling can help individuals change ideas, behaviors, or relationships that are painful, hurtful, or destructive and help to promote positive mental, spiritual, physical, and emotional wellbeing.
AudienceParents, Young Adults, Teens, Children, Pre-Teen
TopicMental Illness, Fear and Worry, Grief, Substance Use