AT COLEGROVE COUNSELING CENTER, LLC,
We offer a range of services to suit your specific needs
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing incorporates elements from many different treatment approaches.
Neurofeedback is an evidence-based self-regulation practice in which brain function is trained directly, It is effective in addressing and treating symptoms from a wide range of issues.
We have six therapists and an administrative assistant readily available to meet your needs. The therapists are trained to work with a variety of issues, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety or worry, grief and loss, trauma, stress management, bipolar, attention deficit hyperactive disorder, domestic abuse, behavioral problems, and drug- and/or alcohol-related problems. Our administrative assistant is qualified to assist with appointments and scheduling, billing questions, insurance-related matters, or any other general questions you may have.
We offer a variety of services to work with each person, couple, or family in order to help achieve success. These services include individual, group, couples, or family therapy. We also offer substance use evaluations, public seminars, a four-hour drug and alcohol education class, and parenting class.
Appointments vary on the day and time depending on what is available.
This is where a person works collaboratively with the therapist to share strengths and concerns. The individual and therapist will identify goals to work on, helping the individual feel successful, more confident in their coping skills, and overall enhancing that person’s life. An individual session is 30 minutes (16-37 minutes face to face), 45 minutes (38-52 minutes face to face) or 60 minutes (53 minutes or longer).
COUPLES / FAMILY THERAPY
This is where two or more individuals work collaboratively with a therapist to share the presenting problem and/or concern as well as identify solutions that will enhance the relationship(s) for everyone. These sessions are typically 60 minutes however can last up to 90 minutes. The therapist typically meets with all parties involved but there are times when it is deemed more appropriate to meet with one person of the unit and come together again later. These are all decisions made between the therapist and all parties involved.
EMDR (EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION REPROCESSING)
EMDR is a form of therapy designed to treat trauma (ie: war, sexual abuse, violence, accident). EMDR has also been show to be effective in treating anxiety, grief, and ADHD as well as other areas. The therapist works with an individual about an image that is the worst part of the trauma. Disturbance levels are reduced and positive beliefs are increased through sets of eye movements, pulse sensations, or audio changes that are facilitated from the therapist. Research shows success rates of about 95% in individuals with a single incident trauma.