Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
This is a 60-minute appointment with a therapist. Individual therapy (sometimes called “psychotherapy” or “counseling”) is a process through which clients work one-on-one with a trained therapist—in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change.
People seek therapy for a wide variety of reasons, from coping with major life challenges or childhood trauma, to dealing with depression or anxiety, to simply desiring personal growth and greater self-knowledge. A client and therapist may work together for as few as five or six sessions or if several years, depending on the client’s unique needs and personal goals for therapy.
Group Therapy: Group therapy, as the name implies, is a type of psychological therapy that is conducted with a group of people, rather than between an individual and mental health professional. Usually, people in the group are facing similar issues, like anxiety or addiction.
Being in group therapy can also help clients develop new skills to relate to others. The dynamics of a group often mirror those of society in general and learning how to interact with the other members of the group can help clients in their relationships outside the group. In addition, the members of the group who have the same problem(s) can support each other and may offer suggestions for dealing with a problem.
Family Therapy: Family therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves all the members of a nuclear or extended family. Family therapy is a recent development in psychotherapy. Family therapy is becoming an increasingly common form of treatment as changes in American society are reflected in family structures. Family therapy or family counseling is a form of treatment that is designed to address specific issues affecting the health and functioning of a family. It can be used to help a family through a difficult period, a major transition, or mental or behavioral health problems in family members.
Day Treatment: Day Treatment includes 25-person capacity for treatment for adults aged 18-65 years and will offer programs to meet various needs including offering support services and programs to circumvent an acute psychiatric admission where possible, offer day treatment therapies, transitional support for those exiting acute services and reintegrating back into the community, provide intensive psychological therapy and extended treatment and recovery programs to meet specific consumer needs.
Day Treatment program services interventions performed in therapeutic milieu designed to provide evidence-based strategies to reduce emotional, cognitive, and behavioral problems. Day Treatment services target emotional, cognitive and behavioral functioning within a variety of actual and/or simulated social settings. Day Treatment services provide recipients the opportunity to implement and expand upon (trial and error) what they previously learned/gained from other mental and/or behavioral health therapies and interventions in a safe setting. The goal of Day Treatment is to restore recipients to their highest level of functioning while preparing them for reintegration back into home and community-based settings.