Psychotherapy

Definition:

Psychotherapy can be useful to address issues which you believe are affecting your quality of life.  We offer child, adolescent, and adult individual, couples, and occasionally, group therapy. Our scientifically-driven techniques are short-term and time- limited, but can have long lasting positive results for your daily life. 


What to expect:

 

Your therapist will strive to meet you where you are in your current circumstances. A specialized treatment plan will be developed for you, and this will be revisited as your life circumstances evolve. Please feel free to contact us to determine if psychotherapy can be helpful for you. 


 

Additional information: 

 

Psychotherapy can have a positive impact on a variety of issues. Below are just a few examples: 

 

  • Depression 
  • Anxiety   
  • Job stress
  • Life transitions (e.g., moving to a new school, new job, parenthood, etc.)
  • Grief and loss
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Marital stress
  • Relationship problems
  • Coping with life after a brain injury
  • Caregiver stress (e.g., caring for a parent with Dementia, a family member with a severe medical problem, injury, etc.)

 

 

 

*MFNC does not accept insurance. However, if provided by clients, we will complete paperwork so that individuals can seek at least partial reimbursement for out-of-network providers. Whether an individual receives reimbursement for services is contingent on one's insurance carrier and plan.