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Individual Therapy

In a comfortable, private setting, an individual and a therapist will explore many different important issues. Individual therapy is useful for many types of situations that cause stress, trauma, anger, grief or conflict. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. It could be time to seek therapy if an issue causes distress or interferes with daily life. 

Family Therapy

Family therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on the improvement of interfamilial
relationships and behaviors. Family therapy can consist of many different combinations of loved
ones, such as parents/guardians and their children, siblings, grandparents, aunts and uncles,
friends, kinship caregivers, etc. Family therapy is an evidence-based treatment that’s grounded
in theory and skill-based dialogue (conversations). It provides a supportive, nonjudgmental and
safe environment that allows the family system to talk openly with the therapist.

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Children & Adolescents

Therapy for children is the process in which a licensed therapist assists a child gain a higher
level of self-awareness surrounding their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Simultaneously, the
therapist teaches the child or adolescent how to implement strategies to interrogate and
understand their thoughts and emotions. With these strategies in place, the child or adolescent
can adjust their ineffective thought patterns to better manage their feelings. A common goal of
therapy for children and adolescents is to achieve a greater level of emotional and behavioral

First Responders

Workers in helping professions often care for people who are in crisis and must deal with the
secondary trauma resulting from addressing those situations. First Responders and the job
duties can put their own mental health at risk.  First responders’ emotional wellbeing is critical
for their communities as well as their circle of loved ones, friends and colleagues.

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