Mind body and soul

About Us

We specialize in mental health treatment focused on complex trauma, PTSD, chronic health conditions, and anxiety related disorders. We have an integrative and multi-dimensional approach to therapy which includes the exploration of the interaction between the brain, nervous system, emotions, behaviors, cognitions, relationships, spirituality and our mental health.
Our counselors are licensed Mental Health counselors who have additional continuing education in neuroscience-based approaches to counseling. We believe that the Incorporation of neuroscience into counseling enhances the effectiveness of diagnosing and treating mental illness compared to traditional methods.
Our Counselors will listen to your concerns, implement counseling interventions, and help you to change your life by making positive changes that effect the neural pathways in your brain and nervous system. We believe that educating our clients on the source of dysregulation helps improve mental health outcomes. We will meet you where you are and tailor our approach to fit your specific needs.
Contact us for more information or to schedule an appointment. We would be honored to serve you and help you through this difficult time.

WHAT WE OFFER

Services

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We offer many services for your Mental health needs.

Individual Counseling/ Consultations

We will listen to you and help you identify issues, set goals, and come up with a plan. We take an integrative approach looking at the effect of mental health on spirit, mind, body, and emotions. Our goal is to get to the root of the problems and to help you heal. 

Individual therapies

$125 per Session

Child and Youth Counseling

We can help with behavior management, teaching children communication skills, and how to cope with problems and stressors. We can also help them to heal process and heal from trauma. 

Child and Family services

$149 per session

Areas of Expertise

Issues

Complex TraumaAnxietyDepressionChildhood traumaPhysical and sexual abuse issuesParental abandonmentAttachment issuesOther TraumaGrief and Loss Self-esteem issuesBehavior managementDisability & PainNeurocognitive disordersLife transitionsHospice/ End of Life CareChild and youth AdultsGeriatricChristian Counseling

Mental Health

Generalized Anxiety Disorders (GAD) Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)Major depressive Disorder (MDD) Mood DisordersPanic Disorder Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorders)Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)Dissociative disorders Bipolar disorder Personality Disorders SchizophreniaTBI

Counseling Approaches

● Acceptance and Commitment Therapy● Attachment-Based Counseling● Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)● Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)● Comprehensive Resource Model● Christian Counseling● Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) ● Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)● Internal Family Systems● Motivational Interviewing● Narrative Therapy● Neuroscience Informed Counseling● Polyvagal Theory● Prolonged Exposure therapy● Sensorimotor psychotherapy● Solution Focused Therapy● Somatic therapies● Somatic Experiencing● Strength-based Counseling● Trauma Focused Counseling● Multi-cultural counseling

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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Mental health therapy always raises many questions from clients. We tried to answer the most frequent of them. If you still have questions, contact us.

How is the Intake session conducted?

The Counselor gets to know the client, finds out client background, concerns, and goals for treatment. Once the assessment is completed, an individual program of therapy will be developed.

Should I choose individual or group therapy?

Once, you have completed your intake, our therapists will discuss treatment options based on your specific needs and budget. In some cases, individual counseling might be ideal. In other cases, group therapy may bring even better results than individual sessions.

Do you offer bi-weekly sessions?

As a rule, we generally recommend therapy weekly in the beginning stages. As therapy progresses and you start to see changes, the therapy will be needed less frequently.

I have a delicate situation. Do you guarantee privacy?

Therapy is completely confidential and fully protected by law. The only exceptions are if you communicate plans to harm yourself or others, or you disclose child or elder abuse. We guarantee the non-disclosure of all other personal data of our clients, so no one will even know that you are in counseling.

Is it possible to pay for several sessions at once?

You can choose to pay for each session separately, or pay in advance and agree on a therapy schedule with one of our clinicians.

What should I do if therapy is not effective for me? 

We will monitor your condition regularly. The therapist will adjust the treatment if you feel that the therapy is ineffective. If you need something that is out of our scope of expertise, we would refer you to another counselor or other specialist.