Mental Health Therapy

What is Mental Health Therapy?

Mental health therapy, also known as counseling or psychotherapy, is a professional service to help individuals improve their mental well-being and overall quality of life. Therapy involves a collaborative process between the therapist and the client, where the therapist creates a safe and supportive environment for the client to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

The goal of therapy is to help individuals overcome emotional challenges, cope with stress, and develop healthier ways of thinking and behaving. Therapists use various evidence-based techniques and interventions to address a wide range of mental health concerns, such as anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, relationship issues, and more.

During therapy sessions, clients can discuss their concerns, gain insight into their emotions and behaviors, and learn practical strategies to manage their symptoms. Therapists may utilize different approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, or solution-focused therapy. A therapist’s approach will depend on the individual’s needs and preferences.

Mental health therapy is a confidential and non-judgmental space where clients can freely express themselves and work towards personal growth and healing.

Mental health therapy is a valuable resource for individuals seeking support and guidance in navigating life’s challenges. It provides a safe and compassionate space for individuals to explore their thoughts and emotions, gain new perspectives, and develop effective coping strategies to enhance their mental well-being.

Call our office at 208-391-7804 for more information.

Formats for Therapy

Online therapy is available via phone, video, and chat options that are HIPAA compliant.

Therapy & Insurance

Therapy MAY be covered by certain insurance health plans.

Issues Covered in Therapy

Therapy is used for issues including but not limited to:

Anxiety Disorders
PTSD
Eating Disorders
Bipolar Disorder
Clinical Depression
Sexual Disorders
Personality Disorders
Trauma

“You are not meant to be tucked away.

You are meant to touch, feel, explore, and discover.
You are meant to belong to yourself.”
-Jenny Elledge, LMFT

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