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Counseling

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Outpatient Counseling Services

Counseling, also known as therapy, is one of the simplest ways to achieve a happier, healthier you. When you meet with a clinician for counseling, you’ll have the opportunity to speak openly about any challenges you may be having. Together, you and your counselor will work to build a plan and identify the tools to help you tackle any issues and get you back to being your full self.

Counseling can help you effectively manage a variety of mental health  concerns, including:

  • Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Anger Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Trouble at Work or School

Your counselor will work with you to determine the what type of counseling setting best suits your unique needs:

  • Individual Counseling: In individual counseling, you will meet one on one with a counselor. Your counselor will listen to you with an open, non-judgmental ear and will provide evidence-based tools and practices to help you. Whether you are working through a traumatic event, in need of new coping skills, or trying to break free from bad habits, your counselor can help get you where you want to be.
  • Group Counseling: Sometimes it takes a village to tackle a certain problem. Participating in group counseling is similar to individual counseling, except you will join other people who may be experiencing a situation or problem that is similar to yours. Together, the group can share experiences and work together toward recovery and well-being.
  • Family Counseling: With family counseling, you and other members of your family (spouses, partners, children, parents, and or siblings) meet together with a provider to improve relationships and combat any mental health challenges the family might be experiencing.

During your first appointment, you can expect to meet with your provider and learn more about each other. Your provider will likely ask you some questions about your challenges, your goals, and your preferences, as well as questions about your history receiving mental health treatment. Together, you and your provider will then start working on a treatment plan that is custom fit to your needs.

To learn more about counseling at Centerstone or to schedule an appointment, give us a call at 877-HOPE123 (877-467-3123).

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