Relationships, Communication, & Transition
Facing challenging decisions on your own or with loved ones can be difficult. "Talk therapy" has been shown to help improve emotional well-being, clarify choices, and improve compliance with medications prescribed for acute and chronic medical and mental health conditions.
Recovery from substance abuse may be incomplete without addressing underlying trauma or mental health conditions that can complicate recovery. When relapse becomes a pattern, evaluation for underlying mental health conditions is important.
Family members may be the only ones willing to get help, and that can be a great place to family healing to begin! Setting loving limits with those who continue to use drugs and alcohol or with mentally ill family members who refuse to take medications as prescribed can be a catalyst for the whole family to find the path toward family healing.
Here are a few ways that Mental Health counseling can help:
Marriage and Family Counseling
Coordination with Primary & Specialty Care Providers
Information and Referral
Screening and Assessment of Mental Health Conditions
Advocacy with Extended Family and Courts
Enhancing Parenting Strategies
Guidance Through Life Changes and Adjustments
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