Our Services

01.

Do you feel worried or concerned about your child’s behavior?  Does your child show signs of deviance, anger or have problems getting along with peers. Are they showing signs of anxiety, depression, self-esteem or other behavior concerns?  We provide comprehensive assessment s for children and work closely with parents, schools and other providers to ensure your child is successful in reaching their full potential.

We use evidence-based therapies like Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Play Therapy, Art Therapy, mindfulness, Trauma-Focused CBT, Natural Flow EMDR  as well as others to treat a host of mental health problems, stress, managing adjustments, family stress and treating childhood trauma. These therapies are designed to improve functioning, minimize anxiety/depression, improve social skills and learn alternative ways of problem-solving, as well as treat childhood and family trauma.

We provide assessments for ADHD and work with families to help manage symptoms and reduce academic and social problems at home and school.

We also use prevention strategies that are engaging to young clients to prevent future problems, particularly for at-risk youth.  

We teach developmentally appropriate and fun mindfulness and relaxation techniques to help children, slow down, pay attention in the present moment, which allows them to become more aware of themselves, their environment and helps decrease anxiety and symptoms related to stress, improves focus, and social skills.

Give us a call for more information or to schedule a free phone consultation.

Ask about opportunities to bring a mindfulness group to your child’s daycare, school or after school program.

 
 
02.

We provide counseling, support and prevention to teens/adolescents and treat a wide range of psychological, emotional and behavioral issues. We understand that adolescents can be a difficult time. Research shows that although mental health problems are on the rise for this developmental period, many children and adolescents often go untreated which can lead to more severe problems, and at risk behaviors.  

We conduct clinical assessments for mental health problems and ADHD. We work closely with parents and teens to design a treatment plan that is effective and solution focused. Our clinicians are committed to providing your teen with the most effective care. We provide a supportive and engaging environment to help your teen develop to their full potential.

We offer groups in self esteem, emotional regulation, and social skills groups.

Some common reasons adolescents and teens go to counseling

  • Adjustment

  • Social Skills

  • Perfectionism

  • Parent Separation- Divorce – Parental / Family Stress

  • Academic Under-achievement

  • Peer Relationships

  • Self Injurious Behaviors/ Cutting

  • Suicidal Ideations/Threats

  • Panic Attacks

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Anger

  • ADHD Assessment and Treatment

  • ODD

  • Grief

  • Trauma

  • Mood Disorder

  • Stress Management

03.

Whether you are navigating the adjustments of college life, a young professional, a working mom or a new parent; Reclaim Counseling and Wellness is here to help support you in the process of meeting your life goals.

We treat a wide range of mental health problems. Our therapist understands the impact that depression, anxiety, grief, loss, trauma, and relationship problems have on your quality of life. We believe that therapy should be a partnership, where the therapist provides professional, clinically sound therapeutic services that help you live your best life. 

 

We believe that therapy should be a partnership, where the therapist provides clinical support and treatment and helps guide the client in reaching their full potential and goals. Our clinicians are skilled and have advanced training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution and Emotional Focused Therapy, Trauma, Natural Flow- EMDR, ADHD, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Play and Art Therapy, Biblical Counseling, Maternal Mental Health and Couples work.

Ask us about a mindfulness session for your work place, school, church group or community organization.

  • ADHD

  • Academic Underachievement

  • Anxiety

  • Low self-esteem

  • Struggling with relationships

  • Excessive worry and stress

  • Career Counseling

  • ob changes

  • Lack of motivation

  • Lack of concentration

  • Loss of interest in pleasurable activities

  • Post-Traumatic Stress

  • Addiction

  • Coping Skills

  • Depression        

  • Grief & Loss

  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

  • Mind-Body Health 

  • Panic Attacks

  • Relationship Issues

  • Substance Abuse Treatment 

  • Self-Esteem

  • Sleep or Insomnia Issues

  • Suicidal Ideation

  • Life Transitions

  • Trauma 

  • Work/ Life Balance

  • Young Adult and College Issues

 
04.

Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders
Perinatal mood & anxiety disorders refer to a group of disorders that occur during pregnancy or during the postpartum period. These disorders include depression, anxiety, panic, and obsessive compulsive disorder. 

Postpartum
We refer to postpartum as the period of time after the birth of a baby. Most women are considered in the postpartum time frame for the first year after giving birth to their child.  

Baby Blues
After birth, about 80 percent of new moms experience "baby blues," feeling weepy, sad, and overwhelmed. What causes the blues?  Hormone levels drop, breasts become engorged, and new moms are exhausted.  Emotional factors include being upset over the birth (maybe you planned it one way and it didn't happen),  feeling anxious about the well being of a baby, being nervous about the transition into motherhood, and also adjusting to the new routine.  All of these can bring on the blues.  But, the good thing is that typically baby blues don't require any treatment and go away on their own. Things that can help include support from family and friends, rest, and time.  Self care is important such as taking a hot shower, going for a walk, and eating healthy.  Baby blues typically fade away in just a few weeks postpartum. 

Postpartum Depression (PPD)
While most baby blues clear up by 4 weeks, some Moms continue to move deeper into sadness with symptoms such as: severe mood swings, intense irritability and anger, loss of appetite, insomnia, loss of interest in life, withdrawal from family, having scary thoughts and difficulty bonding with their baby. These are symptoms of postpartum depression.  Assessment is important in determining the most effective treatment for postpartum depression.  Typical treatment options include:  individual therapy, group counseling/support, and possible medication management.  It is important for clients to be educated regarding their diagnosis and prognosis.  This can be done in individual therapy.  Therapeutic tools can be taught to help manage depression and emotional distress.  Cognitive behavioral therapy may be used to help new moms challenge their self talk, and replace negative thoughts with more realistic ones. How long will it take to get better?  Unfortunately there is no definitive answer. Generally, with treatment, postpartum depression may last weeks or several months.  If left untreated, it could linger on for years.  Postpartum depression is treatable!

Postpartum Anxiety (PPA)
Some Mom's aren't met with sadness and despair after the birth of their baby, but it is anxiety that causes distress.  Symptoms of postpartum anxiety include:  racing thoughts (can't quiet your mind), excessive worry, irrational worry, inability to sit still and relax (always have to be doing something), lack of appetite, insomnia (even when given the opportunity to rest, you can't), feeling jittery, and nauseousness. Evaluation during the postpartum period is important to ensure the proper treatment. Similar to postpartum depression, treatment options include individual therapy and/or medication management.  Therapy can help to manage symptoms of anxiety and stress as well as challenge negative and irrational thinking.  Postpartum anxiety is treatable!

We support new moms and families in their adjustment to parenthood. We address issues such as postpartum depression, stress/anxiety, forming a healthy bond/attachment with new baby, finding a new balance as parents, and self care.

 
05.

Are you feeling disconnected from your spouse? Do you find yourself feeling dissatisfied in your relationship, or feel like your relationship is broken? Have you experience infidelity or loss and wonder if you can ever trust your partner again? When a couple feels discord in their relationship, it can create stress in every area of their life. They often don’t know how to “fix it” and can often feel “stuck” in patterns of miscommunication, and negativity. 

Our therapist at Reclaim Counseling & Wellness can offer hope and healing in your relationships. We believe that we were created for relationships and understand how difficult it can be when a couple begins to feel disconnected.  Couples counseling can be a great way to open the lines of communication and improve your relationship with your partner. Reclaim Counselors are here to help you build a marriage that brings you joy and peace. Reclaim Counselors are here to help you build satisfying relationships and heal past hurts that stand in the way of having the relationship you deserve.

 
05.

 We know parenthood can be tough sometimes, especially if your child or family faces certain challenges. We are here to support your role as a parent and provide you with the tools to help your child through these tough times.  We provide individual parent coaching and parenting classes

 
06.

 We know parenthood can be tough sometimes, especially if your child or family faces certain challenges. We are here to support your role as a parent and provide you with the tools to help your child through these tough times.  We provide individual parent coaching and parenting classes

07.

Contact us to learn about our upcoming Mindfulness Group, Social Skills Group, ADHD strategies Group, Girl Empowerment/ Self Esteem Group, Dialectical Behavioral Group for Middle School Girls and College age Women.