Children and/or adults are evaluated at the initial visit to determine how we can help you and whether ongoing care is needed. A comprehensive evaluation looks at psychiatric, emotional, social, family, and medical issues allowing for us to understand your family as a whole.
Psychotherapy is offered and involves the individual working with the therapist on identified goals. With young children, individual sessions may take the form of play therapy. Our therapists use a variety of research-based treatment interventions specific to address identified goals and diagnoses.
Individuals are referred for group therapy by his/her therapist to address various concerns. The groups provide education, support, problem solving, social skills, anger management, personal growth, etc.
Individual counseling provides an opportunity to work one-on-one with a therapist for support to resolve an array of issues such as drug/alcohol abuse, depression, anxiety, co-dependency, grief, conflict management/anger etc. The therapist will explore thoughts, feelings, and actions, and examine beliefs to assist the client with making healthy lifestyle changes.
Couples counseling is an opportunity to better understand and work through past and current issues that have a negative impact on the relationship. It is an investment for the long-term, providing couples the skills and strategies they need to manage life together in a healthy manner.
As family dynamics and relationships change, so too can a marriage. Our licensed therapist can help families assess the marital relationship in sessions of discernment counseling, marriage therapy, assist couples to improve communication skills, mend their marriage, and explore new skills for a healthy relationship.
Finding the right service is critical
The goal of Nevaeh Consulting, LLC is to enhance community understanding of both adults and children facing pressing obstacles in your lives. Our highly trained and compassionate professionals will work with you to identify your strengths as the building blocks for developing the skills and resilience needed to be successful.
When to get help
It is critical for adults and children with emotional and/or mental health concerns seek help as soon as possible. The following warning signs should never be ignored:
♦ Refusing to attend or declining performance in work and/or school ♦ Extreme fearfulness or excessive worrying ♦ Persistent sadness and crying or hopelessness ♦ Uncontrollable anger or outbursts or overreacting ♦ Repetitive habits and rituals such as hand washing, counting or touching ♦ Worry about being harmed, hurting others or doing something “bad” ♦ Excessive sexual thoughts or actions ♦ Experiencing uncontrollable racing thoughts ♦ Repetitive stealing ♦ Using alcohol or other drugs to cope ♦ Seeing things or hearing voices that cannot be explained