Psychotherapy
&
Counseling

We might feel overwhelmed by nervousness or depressed. Maybe we are having a difficult time in our marriage, relationship or work. Maybe we are having issues with our kids. Or maybe we feel stuck and we have not found a way to move forward. We are experiencing issues that can not be treatment with classical medicine. What can we do? Psychotherapy and counselling is more that a place to vent. Based on clinical interventions and theories, psychotherapy help people improve their lives.

Psychotherapy
&
Counseling

We might feel overwhelmed by nervousness or depressed. Maybe we are having a difficult time in our marriage, relationship or work. Maybe we are having issues with our kids. Or maybe we feel stuck and we have not found a way to move forward. We are experiencing issues that can not be treatment with classical medicine. What can we do? Psychotherapy and counselling is more that a place to vent. Based on clinical interventions and theories, psychotherapy help people improve their lives.

Who needs Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy can benefit anyone. From addressing complex mental health issues to phase of life or personal growth, it can benefit anyone that is willing to commit to the process
Anyone who is going or has gone through a situation with an emotional charge and couldn't affectively deal with it, needs psychotherapy.
A divorce, a loss, a trauma, or maybe the way one was brought up, could ignite emotional and psychological balances and issues that can be resolved and processed through psychotherapy.

What is Psychotherapy?

A collaborative treatment based on the relationship between the patient and the psychotherapist.
Through this relationship, and grounded in dialogue, the patient experiences a supportive, objective, nonjudgmental and safe environment where he or she will be able to explore, uncover and resolve issues such as emotional conflicts, maladaptive patterns, and character problems that have prevented the patient from feeling his/her best.

Therapy is not only for
those who have problems

We all have problems

Therapy is for those
who want to fix them!

Benefits of Psychotherapy:

  • Helps understanding what can be done to improve a situation
  • Improves the capacity for change and shows the internal resources to achieve betterment
  • Provides a Balanced life
  • Triggers healthier interpersonal relationships
  • Aids confronting difficult truths
  • Guides processing emotional conflicts effectively
  • Brings new insights into your life
  • Improved well-being
  • Better functioning
When the quality of your life is not what you want it to be, psychotherapy can help.

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Psychotherapy Sessions

This is the time where you meet with the clinician and you are encouraged and supported to explored, uncover, discover, and process your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors so you can gain insight into what is troubling you and be able to do something about it.

Individual Therapy

A collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a psychotherapist

How treatment works

Grounded in dialogue, it provides a supportive environment that allows you to explore and talk openly with someone who’s objective, neutral and nonjudgmental. You and your psychotherapist will work together to explore, discover, uncover, identify, and change the many issues, thought, and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best. At the first session, the psychotherapist typically gathers information about you and your needs. You may be asked to fill out forms about your current and past physical and emotional health. It might take a few sessions for your therapist to fully understand your situation and concerns, and to determine the best approach or course of action. There are a number of effective types of psychotherapy. Some work better than others in treating certain disorders and conditions. In many cases, psychotherapists use a combination of techniques and approaches that will help you explore, process, and resolve the issues that are preventing you from been your best self.
The amount of sessions you need — as well as how frequently you need to see your therapist — depends on such factors as:
  • Your particular mental illness or situation
  • Severity of your symptoms
  • How long you've had symptoms or have been dealing with your situation
  • How quickly you make progress
  • How much stress you're experiencing
  • How much your mental health concerns interfere with day-to-day life
  • How much support you receive from family members and others

Couples Therapy

Every relationship can be improved with couples therapy. You and your loved one will be guided by a clinician into the process of exploring, uncovering and discovering areas of your relationship that can be improved to enjoy a whole and fulfilling relationship.
Couples therapy, also known as marriage or couples counseling, is the experience where you and your loved one explore the relationship with a clinician.
During this exploration issues that might be troubling and straining the relation are uncovered. The clinician encourages and supports healthy exploration and expression of issues such as: communication, satisfaction, values, the way you treat each other, children, money, and sex. Each will be addressed to make sense of them in a healthy and safe environment.
The purpose of couples therapy is to identify, address, explore, and resolve issues that are troubling the relationship.

Family Therapy

Meant to reduce distress and conflict by improving the systems of interactions between family members
While family therapists often seek to have all family members affected by the problem in the room, that is not always possible or necessary.
What distinguishes family therapy from individual counseling is its perspective or framework, not how many people are present at the therapy session. This type of counseling views problems as patterns or systems that needs adjusting, as opposed to viewing problems as residing in the person.

Psychotherapy Process Groups

A group between 6-10 individuals are treated together, with the help of a trained clinician, to uncover, discover, and explore their issues in a safe, empathetic, and understanding environment. It is a rewarding experience since the group can act as a support network, a sounding board, and a place where ideas, issues, fears, problems, and perspective can be expressed openly.

Process Group

A small number of people meet together under the guidance of a professionally trained psychotherapist
Group therapy sessions offer benefits beyond informal self-help and support groups. Helping people to learn about themselves and to improve their interpersonal relationships.
It addresses feelings of isolation, depression or anxiety and helps people make significant changes so they feel better about the quality of their lives.
Many people find it is helpful to participate in both group therapy and individual psychotherapy. Participating in both types of psychotherapy can boost your chances of making valuable, lasting changes.

Multi-family Process Group

Family issues, processes, and dynamics are uncovered and explored with the help of other family members and other families, in a clinical setting with the help of a clinician
It is a powerful source for healing and understanding about issues and problems within the family. Combines the power and effectiveness of process group psychotherapy with the systems focus of family therapy.
Insurance Providers we Cover
Florida Blue
Cigna
Aetna
Humana
United Healthcare
Magellan Health
Bluecross Blueshield

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