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Our therapists treat most Psychiatric Disorders occurring in Children and Adults:
● Bipolar Disorder
● Anxiety Disorders
Therapists, also known as mental health providers, therapists or counselors, are professionals trained to provide therapeutic support and treatment to individuals, couples, families, and groups who are experiencing emotional, psychological, or behavioral issues. Their primary goal is to help clients improve their mental and emotional well-being, cope with life’s challenges, and make positive changes in their lives. The specific tasks and responsibilities of therapists can vary based on their specialization and the type of therapy they practice.
Mental Health Providers/Therapists start by conducting assessments to understand their clients’ concerns and issues. This involves gathering information about the client’s background, history, current symptoms, and goals for therapy.
In some cases, therapists may diagnose mental health conditions based on their assessment and observations. This is particularly true for clinical psychologists and psychiatrists.
Mental Health Providers work with clients to develop personalized treatment plans that outline the goals and objectives of therapy. These plans are tailored to address the client’s unique needs and challenges.
Therapists engage in therapeutic sessions with their clients, using various therapeutic approaches and techniques. Common therapeutic modalities include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychoanalytic therapy, family therapy, and more. Our therapists provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to express their thoughts, feelings, and concerns.