Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and you. Common goals can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. Therapy can help you overcome obstacles to well-being and increase positive feelings. In therapy you can learn skills for handling difficult situations, making healthy decisions, and reaching goals.
Opportunity to connect with 5-10 others in a safe, confidential and supportive space, facilitated by a therapist. Groups allow you to share your experiences with others who can understand and relate; learn new perspectives; and experiment with new ideas, behaviors, and ways of being or interacting.
Evidence-based trauma therapies reduce symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and common co-occurring problems like depression, and improve functioning and well-being.
Rapid changes in the workplace have left many workers stressed and anxious. We can help you build a more supportive workplace that will help your employees through challenging times.
I'M AN ORIGINAL CATCHPHRASE
We often internally struggle with concerns, mulling them over in own minds and trying to sort out possible solutions to their challenges. We may talk things over with family and friends, but sometimes that may not be enough. Talking to a therapist can be a good option for addressing these concerns. What happens in therapy depends on the unique needs and strengths of each person seeking support. Each therapy experience is unique, just as every individual is unique.
All appointments are scheduled as soon as possible given availability, concerns, and resources.
Early sessions are spent exploring and clarifying the problem and examining what solutions you have already tried. This process assists the therapist in determining which therapeutic approach might be most helpful to you. Once you and your therapist clarify your concerns, together you will identify therapy goals.
During individual sessions, you will work with your therapist to address your concerns. Often, the process involves increasing self-understanding, identifying patterns, gaining a better sense of how you are influenced by your surroundings, and learning and practicing new problem-solving or coping skills.
Group therapy is a powerful tool for growth and change. In group therapy, 5-10 individuals meet face to face to share their struggles and concerns with the facilitation of a group therapist. The power in group therapy lies in the unique opportunity to receive multiple perspectives, support, encouragement, and feedback from other individuals in a safe and confidential environment. These interpersonal interactions can provide group members an opportunity to deepen their level of self-awareness and to learn how they relate to others.
Group therapy can be a safe and supportive place to experiment with new ideas and ways of being.
For many emotional concerns, personal struggles, and relationship issues that college students face, group therapy is the most effective treatment modality. We offer a wide array of groups to address the needs of our community. We feel confident that group therapy is one of the most effective and beneficial treatments to address the common issues faced by individuals.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Up to 70% of adults will experience a traumatic event in their lives. 20% of those adults will go on to develop a trauma-related response or mental health disorder from these adverse events. The memories and emotions that stem from a traumatic event can be debilitating. They can trigger alcohol or drug abuse, and the distressing symptoms of a mental health disorder. Although trauma and trauma-related disorders and emotional problems can be debilitating, there is hope. Trauma therapy is a form of talk therapy aimed at treating the emotional and mental health consequences of trauma.
There are several different types of effective trauma therapies that we can utilize:
Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT)
Cognitive processing therapy (CPT)
Critical incident stress debriefing (CISD)
Before attending a trauma therapy session or any type of treatment for emotional issues, it’s critical to understand your goals and objectives for the therapy. When it comes to effectively treating mental health conditions and emotional issues, highly customized, tailored approaches will give you the best chances of recovery. Trauma therapy is patient-focused and centers around the specific goals you have for your improvement.
People who struggle with anxiety and depression are more likely to take sick leave repeatedly and for long periods – over 90 days. And research shows a clear link between mental health disorders, physical wellbeing, and disease management.
Providing more support for your employees’ mental and emotional health issues brings real benefits to the organization – from improved employment rates and productivity to reduced anti-social behavior to increased engagement.
We can help your team:
Reduce the stigma attached to seeking help for mental illness
Raise awareness of wellbeing resources to help build resilience and coping skills
Review workforce policies and programs so they better support employee health and self-care
Gain skills for managing through targeted training organization wide
Fees vary based on size of organization and specifics of a contract.
We provide on-site and virtual training for employers and community organizations on a variety of personal development , professional development, and wellness topics.
Popular topics include:
Substance Use Recognition
Stress and Stress Management
Managing Uncertainty and Change
Coming soon: New York State approved CEU trainings for mental health professionals.
Fees for training vary based on length of training and number of participants.
We offer clinical supervision for therapists, including the following credentials: LMSW, LCSW, LMFT, LCAT, and LMHC. It is important to have adequate supervision of practices, to explore ethical issues, discuss various treatment interventions, support you in your growth and development and challenge you to be the best therapist you can be! Our style is interactive and supportive.
Goals of Individual Supervision
Enhancing the skills as well as confidence of the clinician while treating clients
Offering emotional support to clinicians
Provide professional development and clinical resources
Ensuring therapeutic services remain safe, ethical and competent in compliance with all professional standards and practices of New York State
Supervision can take place in-person, via telephone, or via virtual formats.
Coming soon: EMDRIA-Approved EMDR consultation.
Fees vary for this service.