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Types of Therapy
    • Opportunity to talk confidentially with a counselor about personal concerns
    • Facilitate personal growth;
    • Counselor and client work together to resolve conflicts;
    • Specific, focused
    • Issues presented by the client.

    • Process of each clarifying what he/she wants in the relationship;
    • Means of discovering ‘what’ you want in the relationship;
    • Means of developing communication skills;
    • Learning how to grow into an adult relationship.

    • Familial relationships have had the most powerful affect on our lives;
    • Each member identifies what he/she wants out of the process;
    • Define what family means to each member; what they want their family to be;
    • Most effective with teens or mature children, rather than young children;
    • Means of developing communication between family members.

  • GROUP (Group Sessions that address trauma, anger, self-worth/value will begin in Spring 2018)
    • Simultaneous interaction with people typically outside the client’s social and familial network;
    • Homogeneous: similar issues;
    • Heterogeneous: diverse backgrounds and concerns;
    • Looking at the dynamics, here and now;
    • Examines current issues in members lives;
    • Interaction of group members reveals dynamics emerged from other relationships; opportunity to learn about yourself in relationship to others.
    • Benefits of Group Therapy:
      • helps one understand interactions;
      • elicits response from members about behaviors; and
      • helps one initiate correction in interaction through insights.