Adult Therapy

Outpatient psychotherapy is available for a variety of emotional, interpersonal and behavioral difficulties such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, assertiveness training, anger management, and bereavement (grief). Individuals also frequently seek therapy for adjustment issues related to life changes, such as those that may arise after divorce, relocation, job loss or other traumatic experiences.

Child and Adolescent Therapy / Family Therapy

Services are available for children and adolescents to help with behavioral, emotional, learning and relationship issues. Therapists work with children and teens on a variety of difficulties including attention and hyperactivity disorders, anxiety, depression, social skills problems, disobedience, aggression, adjustment to divorce and/or blended families and issues in school settings.

Individual therapy with children and teens offers the opportunity to discuss issues one-on-one with a therapist, often in the context of therapeutic play activities. Discussions and activities are based on the age and developmental level of the client.

Group Counseling

Group therapy has been shown to be as effective as individual therapy in treating a wide variety of emotional, cognitive, and behavioral concerns.  Additionally, the ability to grow together, through shared experiences, can be a powerful way to improve mental health and promote a lasting change beyond the group setting. 

Therapy groups offer several advantages over individual therapy.  For example, groups provide a unique opportunity to use relationships to solve problems in an environment that more closely resembles real-world social experiences.  Other advantages include the member’s opportunity to exchange social feedback, improve communication skills, reduce social isolation, and try new behaviors in a safe, supportive environment.  Because sharing personal information can be difficult, group members decide what is discussed and are encouraged to share only when they are comfortable.

Diagnostic Assessments

Your therapist will complete this assessment at your initial intake to give the therapist an overall picture of how well you feel emotionally and how your issue may be impacting your mental health, thinking, reasoning, memory or behavior. A diagnostic assessment typically takes between 60-90 minutes. The therapist will ask questions to understand your unique situation; he or she will help you formulate a plan to improve your situation, manage symptoms to reach your goals.

If you and your therapist decide that individual or family counseling through Array is the best option, we will schedule a follow-up appointment. Typically, you will meet with your therapist for 60-minute sessions for a specified period of time, depending on your needs.

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