Have you ever wondered what different types of therapy we offer at Envision? Or maybe even just wondered what techniques are used for different kinds of issues? Here is a list of some of the types of therapy we offer at Envision and what they are used for – but, this is not an all-inclusive list by any means.
CBT (Cognitive Behavior Therapy) – This type of therapy is used to promote changing how we think and how we behave in order to make changes in our feelings. One example is diaphramic breathing to help relieve anxiety or physical pain.
Strengths Based Therapy – This is an approach that draws out the strengths within clients to resolve mental health concerns.
Solution Focused Therapy – This is a short-term therapy that’s meant to solve less complex problems.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) – This is a technique that helps reprocess and desensitize our reactions to traumatic experiences. This technique uses “bilateral stimulation” meaning that we see lights or hear clicks or feel taps alternating between the left and right side.
Exposure Therapy – This therapy is used to revisit trauma to come to new understandings and more emotional stability.
ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) – This type of therapy is used to help create a rich and meaningful life, while accepting the pain that inevitably goes with it.
Emotional Focused Couples Therapy – This type of therapy is an intervention designed to help couples and family members better understand the emotions of significant others in their lives. It helps couples to feel close again.
Gottman Couples Therapy – All Gottman Method therapy is based on a couple’s patterns of interacting, and partners learn and implement relationship-building and problem-solving skills together. As a result, the therapy focuses on developing the skills and understanding necessary for partners to maintain fondness and admiration, turn toward each other to get their needs met, and manage conflict.
We offer individual counseling, pre-marital/marital counseling, psychological and academic testing and parent coaching.We have various levels of therapists ranging from interns, that are finishing their masters program, LPCCs (Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate) which means they are completing the extensive licensing requirements post-graduation, LPCs (Licensed Professional Counselor) and Licensed Psychologists.
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