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What is Clinical Therapy? Therapy is a process lead by a therapist, counselor, psychologist, social worker, or psychiatrist that helps an individual resolve problematic behaviors, feelings, relationship issues, beliefs, and/or somatic responses (sensations in the body).
There are many beliefs and stigmas associated with therapy and deter individuals from seeking help. There are many reasons for individuals to seek help and need support and direction found through the therapeutic process.
Remember we all need help to help us get through stages, challenges, or changes in our lives.
Groups and Individual behavioral health services are offered through teletherapy only at this time. See below for more information.
Group therapy provides individuals with the opportunity to both receive support as well as give support. It is an experience that allows individuals to not feel alone in their struggles and in life.
Groups often kept to 4-5 individuals at a time and run for an hour, once a week.
Codependency Recovery Group
Substance Use Recovery Group
Individual therapy is one on one with a clinical therapist who collaborates with the individual to facilitate change to improve an individual's quality of life. There is a wide range of barriers that individuals are confronted with that can impede on one's growth process.
Individual therapy can be stand-alone, occur once or twice a week, every other week, monthly, etc. It can be as flexible as needed.
Individual therapy also compliments group therapy well, as group therapy may not be able to address certain issues more appropriate for individual therapy.
It is important to understand what therapy is and which format may work for you.
Please ask questions if you still are not sure what is best for your growth.