Counseling & Psychotherapy for Men & Women
Sometimes we all need a little help, but we don’t always get the help and support we need. Sometimes the help and support we get just isn’t enough. This is where counseling and psychotherapy can be helpful. Our mental health professionals are trained and qualified to assist individuals with overcoming the difficulties in life that just won’t go away or seem too large to address.
While there is no guarantee that therapy will solve your problems it does give you a great shot at improving your quality of life, even if that means that things still aren’t perfect. Feeling better is often the first step on the path towards happiness and well-being and that’s what we aim for: helping people feel better.
Common Mental Health Concerns in Adults
- mood swings
- difficulties concentrating
- relationship difficulties
- eating disorders
- substance abuse and addiction
Our Approach to Counseling & Psychotherapy with Adults
At Mindly, we aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel when it comes to counseling and psychotherapy. We want to go with the treatments that are known to work and try our best to stick to them. We are not as concerned about being unique as we are about providing results for our clients.
In order to accomplish this, we utilize an approach to treatment called “cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT).” CBT is a broad category of psychotherapy that is proven to be an effective treatment for many of the most common mental health concerns including both anxiety and depression. As mental health professionals, we believe that it is vital to choose a treatment approach based on each individual’s unique situation and preferences and to develop a clear and coherent plan of action early on in the treatment process. Having specific treatment models available to choose from can help this process along.
Entering therapy for the first time can be intimidating. We get that. That’s why at Mindly we strive to be as transparent and collaborative as possible. We want our clients to be in control of their own treatment and to feel empowered to chart their own path towards healing, recovery, and growth.