All therapies share the goal of wellness and most therapies have certain core features in common. However, regardless of their similarities, the method of application for those therapies must be specifically tailored to each person and their respective concerns. The varying methods are designed to cultivate client healing; working together they facilitate the process of growth and well-being. These approaches provide a treatment plan that will continue developing as the client's concerns evolve throughout the therapeutic process.
Psychotherapy, commonly referred to as “talk therapy”, is one of the most effective tools available for working with problems related to mental health. Many people seek counseling when life challenges have become overwhelming. These challenges typically include difficult life events, mental health issues, life transitions or decisions, or self-discovery.
Behavioral Therapy is a specific style of talk therapy that focuses on identifying the tenancies of unhealthy and negative attitudes and cognitively replacing those thought patterns with realistic and objective processes.
Play Therapy is designed with children in mind. It is a method of using their natural process to uncover and express feelings or concerns.
Integrative Therapy is a therapy that does not center on a single process but instead uses varying methods from available therapeutic styles to best suit the individual needs and circumstances.
Family/Marital Therapy Gottman Method
Acceptance and Commitment (ACT) Group Therapy
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Attachment-Based
Person-Centered Positive Psychology Christian Counseling