Description of Services

Depression

Sadness is a healthy human emotion to feel and we all at some point have experienced being sad. However, when our sadness transforms into feelings of worthlessness, hopelessness, or numbness then the sadness has likely morphed into depression. You can experience changes in your sleep, appetite, concentration, a loss of energy, lack of interest, physical aches and pains, and/or suicial thoughts. There is no single cause of depression and it can be triggered by multiple external and internal factors. Depression is one of the most common mental health disorders in the United States.



Anxiety

Experiencing worry about life’s challenges is not unusual. Getting ready for a job interview, moving to a different state, or even starting a new job or school can cause worry. However, if your worries begin to be persistent and excessive in situations that are not threatening then you and are affecting your everyday activities you may be experiencing a type of anxiety disorder. You can experience emotional symptoms like feelings of apprehension, tension, restlessness, and/or irritability. Physical symptoms you can experience are a racing heart, shortness of breath, sweating, headaches, insomnia, upset stomach, and/or frequent urination. Over 40 million adults in the U.S. have an anxiety disorder.

Group Counseling For Women's Issues

The Women’s Issues Group Therapy offers a safe and confidential space for women to explore various challenges they face, such as relationships, self-esteem, and career and many other topics of interest. Facilitated by experienced therapists, sessions provide support, skill-building, and coping strategies. Participants benefit from a supportive community of women sharing similar experiences. Open to women of all backgrounds between the ages of 18-50. The therapy fosters empowerment, growth, and self-awareness. To join and experience healing in a nurturing environment, individuals can contact our office for more information, pricing, and appointments.

Acculturation: Immigration/Refugee Issues

What is acculturation? Acculturation is the process of cultural contact and exchange through which a person or group comes to adopt certain values and practices of a culture that is not originally their own. Making the decision to leave one’s home to make a new life in another country is not an easy one. Adapting to and coping with a new culture can be stressful and can cause anxiety – particularly if you don’t speak the language. Although every circumstance is unique, some immigrants or refugees may have also experienced trauma on their journey. Culture shock and a loss of identity can be also experienced.

Family Relations

Family issues can manifest in the healthiest of families, resulting in challenging, frustrating, and painful interactions among family members. Ideally, our families are those whom we can always rely on for support, love, guidance, and acceptance. In reality, few families meet this expectation 100% of the time, and in some cases, a person’s family is far from ideal, associated instead with stress, misunderstanding, anger, disconnection, and unmet needs. From our family of origin, we develop our expectations of others, communication skills, outlook on life, ability to give and receive love, and coping skills, among myriad other traits, and chronic family problems can have lasting effects. Family problems from mild to severe will challenge every family at some point. These can result from behavioral and mental health issues in the family or from specific stressful events.

Grief and Loss

Grief is one of life’s most difficult emotions we face as human beings. That can make it difficult to reach out when you need help. After experiencing the loss, the symptoms associated with grief can initially be quite severe. Grief is a very personal journey, however it’s important to have therapists and loved ones to talk to that you can trust, as isolation can often cause symptoms to recur to intensify if they are not treated. Signs of grief can look like: deep emotional pain, denial about the loss, anger toward the loss, isolation, numbness, disassociation, an inability to trust, and/or feeling that there is no purpose in life.

Life and Career Transitions

Adjusting to change can be difficult, as even positive life transitions tend to cause some stress. Over the course of a lifetime, a person can expect to experience a significant amount of change. Some of these changes, such as marriages, births, and new jobs, are generally positive, although they may be accompanied by their own unique stressors You may find yourself experiencing some difficulty coping with change and it may be helpful to speak to speak to someone to learn how to become better able to adjust to changes you cannot control.

Stress

We all experience stress in our day to day lives. We experience stress at home, work, school, in our relationships and with ourselves. High pressure environments can make matters worse when the stress of others is palpable and elevates our own stress level. When left unmanaged, stress can become chronic. Over the long term, chronic stress can take an immense toll on your physical and mental health and lead to burnout and depression. Feeling intense stress is not necessary to perform well and reach peak performance. In fact, stress and anxiety sap our energy and prevents us from performing our best.

Personal Growth and Self-Esteem

Self-esteem problems impede people's ability to be happy, successful, and fulfilled. Self-esteem is a trait that develops throughout time and is influenced by a variety of circumstances. It's possible to feel self-critical, self-doubting, and low in worth. Anxiety and depression can coexist with it. Your confidence and sense of self-worth influence everything you do, including how you deal with personal setbacks and how you interact with people at work. It can have an impact on your relationships, sex life, participation in enjoyable activities, and an array of other things.

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Psychotherapy Packages

We realize that not everyone is as enthusiastic or familiar with the therapeutic process. Therefore, we offer discounted Psychotherapy packages to provide clients with reduced rates before they take the plunge into their therapeutic journey. These packages are designed to be more conducive to those who are interested in testing the therapeutic waters but either don’t have insurance coverage or don’t want to spend as much on their initial therapy session if they’re worried that they may meet their therapist and decide that it’s not the right fit. These sessions are good for 6 consecutive weeks of purchase. See which package may be the best fit for you.

What Is Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy Packages

Starting at
$375.00
All packages are not refundable.
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  • 3 Individual therapy sessions: $375 (Includes Intake evaluation and 2 - 55 Minutes Psychotherapy sessions)
    6 Individual therapy sessions: $735 (Includes Intake evaluation and 5- 55 Minutes Psychotherapy sessions)
    Additional fees may be included for: Psychotherapy for crisis 55 minutes (30-74 minutes) Psychotherapy for crisis, each additional 30 minutes (16-37 minutes)
    All packages are not refundable.
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Regular Out-of-Pocket Individual Session

Starting at
$150.00
50% non-refundable payment will be required upon booking of each session
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  • Initial Consultation – No charge – 15 Minutes at $0.00.
  • Initial Evaluation / First Session – 55 Minutes at $150.00
  • Psychotherapy Session – 30 Minutes - $75.00.
  • Psychotherapy Session – 55 Minutes - $145.00.
  • 50% non-refundable payment will be required upon booking of each session. This is necessary because a time commitment is made to you and is held exclusively for you. If you are late for a session, you may lose some of that session time.
  • Notice to clients: This practice serves all clients regardless of their ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. For more information, please consult with us to verify that you meet criteria for sliding scale price.  Thank you.
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Psycho-educational Groups Counseling for Women's Issues

Out-of-Pocket Group Session
Starting at
$40-$60 - 60 Minutes Counseling Session
50% non-refundable payment will be required upon booking of each session
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  • Initial screening is completed to assess the client's needs, anddetermine if the client meets criteria to participate in the group sessionaccording to the topics being covered.
  • Groups are capped at 12 members to ensure equal attention andsupport for all.
  • Anonymity is optional (allows participants to be a part of sessions from the comfort of their own homes, without the time commitment or stress of a commute. It also gives clients more privacy, even allowing them to remain anonymous or even off-camera in video sessions)
  • Psychotherapy Session – 30 Minutes - $75.00.
  • Offers resources and therapy tools to take with you at the end of eachgroup session.
  • Group counseling sessions are offered through individual trained andlicensed mental health professionals.
  • Offers additional wellness support groups, but these are peer-ledfacilitated by licensed and non-licensed but certified wellnessprofessionals.
    Notice To Clients: This service does not accept insurance!
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