Psychotherapy and Counseling Services
Psychotherapy and Counseling Services
When it comes to improving one’s mental and emotional health, we at Wellness Psychiatry are firm believers in the efficacy of psychotherapy. When it comes to your mental and emotional well-being, our team of committed specialists is here to back you up every step of the way.
What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy, often called talk therapy, counseling, or psychosocial therapy, is a tried-and-true method of navigating psychological and emotional distress. Talk therapy is a method of gaining insight into one’s inner world by discussing one’s feelings, thoughts, and actions with a skilled mental health professional. Psychotherapy’s main purpose is to help people become more self-aware, develop more adaptive ways of handling stressful situations, and give them the tools they need to take charge of their own lives.
Why Choose Psychotherapy?
Anxiety, depression, addiction, eating disorders, personality disorders, and other mental health issues can all be effectively treated with psychotherapy. At Wellness Psychiatry, we offer a welcoming place where you can do things like:
- Learn more about the circumstances around your problems.
- Discover how your ideas, feelings, and actions shape your disposition and actions.
- Acquire useful strategies for dealing with stress and other difficulties.
- Strengthen your bonds with those around you.
- Develop yourself and gain control of your life.
Psychotherapy can help you live a happier and healthier life, whether you’ve been diagnosed with a mental health disorder or just need some extra help dealing with everyday stresses.
Types of Psychotherapy
There is no one set method for conducting psychotherapy; rather, it can take several shapes and sizes depending on the patient. The following are examples of common forms of psychotherapy:
Our skilled counselors will consult with you to figure out the best course of action.
Duration and Results
The duration of psychotherapy sessions varies from patient to patient. While brief interventions may be sufficient for some problems, others will require more time and effort. Although psychotherapy is not a quick remedy, it can have long-term positive effects that enhance well-being.
How to Get the Most Out of Psychotherapy
To make the most of your therapy experience:
- Get to know your therapist and build trust.
- Participate actively in your treatment, viewing therapy as a collaborative effort.
- Talk about how you really feel without holding back.
- Stick to your treatment schedule and give yourself the best chance for recovery.
- Have patience with yourself; developing healthier and more effective habits is a process.
- Finish any reading or exercises prescribed by your counselor.
When it comes to your mental health and well-being, you can count on Wellness Psychiatry to provide you with caring and effective psychotherapy services. No matter what kind of mental health issue you’re dealing with or what kind of personal development you’re after, our committed staff is here to help you take on the world with grace and dignity.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) -
Psychotherapy at Wellness Psychiatry
You’ve reached the Wellness Psychiatry frequently asked questions page for psychotherapy. We know you probably have some inquiries about psychotherapy and its potential benefits. Here are some frequently asked questions and their explanations:
Please don’t be shy about getting in touch with any follow-up inquiries or requests for clarification. We care about you and your mental health and will be here to support you in any way we can.
Providers Who Work With This Condition
Darby provides psychotherapy appointments in our Lakewood office and virtually. She accepts Aetna and UHC. Darby is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. She uses multiple treatment approaches including CBT, DBT, Mindfulness Based and Solution Focused Therapy.
Kenzie provides psychotherapy appointments in our Lakewood office and virtually. She accepts UHC and Aetna. Kenzie is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Her practice involves the modalities and foundations of EMDR, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Poly-Vagal Theory, Systems Theory, Psychodynamic Theory, Empowerment Perspective, and the mind-body connection.