Counselors are licensed Mental Health clinicians and former Certified Employee Assistant Professionals, Certified Addiction Professionals, with Master's Degrees.
She specializes in (but is not limited to) relationships and anxiety and depression issues; and also provides Christian counseling, SOZO, and theophoric prayer. The therapy model is eclectic, strength and solution-oriented, experiential, psychoanalytical, and integrative, combining an individual, interactional and multi-generational approach to treatment.
Bethesda Counseling Centre – This counseling center was started in late 2007 in response to the growing need for counseling in a rapidly changing world, Providing a professional, therapeutic healing place for you to be strengthened in the whole person to better address the core problems. Persons who serve as counselors (both full-time and part-time) are professionally qualified to provide the wide range of counseling offered, for adults and teens as well as couples counseling. The center does not provide medical services.
Therapy is an opportunity to discuss/talk about issues that are important to the client, while having a trained objective person (Therapist) help work through not only the current situation but in dealing with similar situations in the future. Therapy can be about one specific problem, or it can be about multiple. Something to mention, is that therapy is a collaborative event, it requires an active role from both the client at the therapist for change to occur.
People see a therapist for a wide range of reasons including but not limited to stress management to a specific diagnosis. Sometimes an event occurs that causes an individual to seek out help, while for others, they may attend therapy because it provides a trained objective person to help them work through some issues they may have been struggling with for years. Counseling can be beneficial because a client may feel a sense of control in their life and have the tools to be able to make better decisions or changes in their life.
Yes, confidentiality is a critical aspect of mental health consultations. Mental health consultants adhere to strict ethical guidelines and professional standards that require them to maintain the confidentiality of client information unless there is a concern for immediate safety or legal obligations.
There are too many benefits of participating in therapy to list! Therapists can provide support, problem solving skills and coping strategies for a wide range of issues. Therapists, being objective, can provide a different or a fresh perspective on a problem that you have been struggling with.
Benefits of therapy depend on your commitment and level of readiness. Some benefits can include, boosting self confidence or improving self esteem, improving communication skills, learning/finding new coping skills, attaining a better understanding of yourself, changing old patterns and developing new ones, or managing your emotional feeling such as sadness, anger or other highly charged emotions you may be feeling.
To schedule a consultation, you can hit the button “Book an appointment” and share your convenient time in a booking form. We will revert back with a confirmation email.
Absolutely. Mental health consultants are trained to provide guidance and support for various mental health conditions. They can assist individuals by offering coping strategies, evidence-based interventions, personalized counseling, and referrals to appropriate resources or healthcare professionals as needed.