Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT)-Term goal oriented psychotherapy that takes a hands on approach to problem-solving
Motivational Interviewing(MI)-A counseling method that aids in resolving ambivalent feeling and insecurities to find internal motivations.
Genogram-Family map or history that uses special symbols to describe relationships with major events and the dynamics of families over multiple generations.
Eco Map- A graphic and useful way of assessing families in which families can participate.
Seasons of Change-A coaching transitional model that utilizes a metaphor of nature to assist a client to integrate the ideas into their lives.
Purpose Clarity- A transitional coaching model that allows you to convert your passions and interests into your purpose and directions.
Prepare/Enrich- Online assessment tool for pre-marital, marital , unmarried, parenting , and blended families who want to understanding and improving their relationships.
Online Life Coaching-Technology to bridge the gap of distance and time to work with a life coach. Gives the ability to build a coaching relationship in your time and your space.
Telehealth Therapy-A easy-to use video conferencing platform that meets all HIPPA and federal security guidelines . Clients are able to have face-to-face on line therapy services.
What Is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ( CBT) is based on cognitive and behavioral psychology. This means that it is more focused on the problem and is action-oriented so that specific problems can be treated.
How Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Me?
If you have a mental health condition, then CBT can generally help you find healthy coping skills to cope with behaviors. This means if you are suffering from depression, post-traumatic, anxiety, instance, alcoholism, boded personality, eating disorder, and other mental health disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy is a great option.