Adolescent therapy incorporates a variety of methods used to help children or adolescents with their behavior, emotions, and relationships. They may be able to share their feelings and resolve problems through talking, drawing, building, play therapy, and pretending. These avenues of expression allow them to resolve conflicts, understand their feelings and issues, receive emotional support, and rehearse new solutions to their recurring problems. Goals can include better communication, better decision-making skills, motivation, effective task organization

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The BIRRT Process

BIRRT is a technique designed to decrease or eliminate the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The original IRRT (Imagery Rescripting and Reprocessing Therapy) was created by Mervin Smucker, Ph.D. from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Bob Stahn has reduced the process to its essentials and call it Brief IRRT or BIRRT. BIRRT was originated at Well Spring Counseling and counselors have been BIRRT trained in the United States, Haiti, and Bolivia. With BIRRT,

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Your parenting decisions have a tremendous impact on your child’s emotional and social development. Their belief systems are modeled by your example, and they will pick up moral values, discipline, and manners from what they see. It’s vital that parents give their children a healthy basis for eventual adulthood and interdependence. You have an obligation to maintain their health and safety, promote their emotional well-being, instill social skills, and prepare them intellectually. By putting appropriate

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Individual Therapy

Psychotherapy or talk therapy is best for the individual who wants to increase their compassion and self-esteem, overcome obstacles, make healthy decisions, and reach goals. Individual therapy facilitates self-growth and an increase in awareness. By taking an inventory in your past physical, emotional, and mental health, we can address your concerns and guide you into developing the best course of action. As we work together through potential discomfort and intense emotions, identifying any underlying causes

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Family Therapy

Humans learn habits, customs and rituals, vocabulary, perception of the world, how to interact with others, and how to love from their families. The goal of family therapy may widely differ, depending on your family dynamics, and ultimately aims to develop and maintain a functional family unit. By looking at the bigger picture, the family unit as a whole, you will be able to view the system or patterns that need to be adjusted. These

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Couples Therapy

How much does your relationship mean to you? What would you do to save it? Joint therapy sessions for partners or married couples can resolve current issues, provide a check-up during a transition period or influx of stress, prevent an exacerbation of issues, or solidify your relationship. The longer a destructive pattern has been set in, the more challenging it is to correct. Let us help you into an objective look at your relationship, facilitate

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