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Therapy Services

Counseling can be useful for anyone who feels stuck and has been unable to make strides on his or her own. Counseling can be initiated to address one discrete issue or many complex issues. Regardless of treatment focus, the formatting can differ. Sessions may include individual, group, or family therapy, depending upon who is affected by the issue at hand. The type of therapy chosen will depend upon the client’s needs, their commitment and availability of time.

Individual Therapy: NBBHS uses a trauma informed care model.  Using a trauma informed care model, EMDR; Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Play Therapy and Sand Tray Therapy.  Typically, a client meets with a therapist at least once a week until the client reaches a prescribed goal. Nearly everyone can benefit from individual therapy. Individual therapy can help people gain insight about themselves and discover the tools they need to achieve their own goals. For example, people often seek therapy because they feel depressed, experience panic attacks, have trouble dating or feel lonely. Individual therapy can help clients to develop healthy patterns and routines to cope with life’s ongoing challenges.

Group Therapy:  Group therapy plays a big part in mental health treatment, encouraging people to share their stories and learn that they are not alone in their struggles. Receiving group support helps to build a positive space where people feel safe in their recovery process.

Family Therapy: Family therapy typically involves one therapist meeting with an entire family (or several family members) to address issues that impact the whole family. Family therapy is a useful modality to help strengthen the ways in which family members relate to one another. Frequently, parents seek out family therapy when they are not getting along with their children, their kids are ‘out of control’, or there is immense sibling rivalry. Other times, family therapy is sought when a family’s capacity to handle life’s stressors is diminished due to difficult transitions; such as divorce, the loss of a job, the return of a parent to the workplace, a death in the family, or the creation of a blended family.

Women's Support Group:  NBBHS conducts a weekly support group for women to help deal with issues of abuse, domestic violence, and trauma.  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy(CBT) with a focus on trauma and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) that assist with the clients individual therapy.

When seeking therapy it is always preferable to choose a therapist and agency with experience in helping clients with similar issues.  New Beginnings Behavioral Health Services can assist each client in determining the type and level of therapy needed.