To assist people with changing their lives from chaos and/or turmoil to living a life worth living with purpose and stability. Each step is a successful move forward at living a life worth living and enhancing recovery.
Therapy is not easy. I repeat, the therapeutic process can be painful and tiresome, but so much more rewarding because it allows individuals to be free from bondage or other issues that have consumed them. If you’re new to this, let me help you understand how it works.
First and second sessions consists of relationship building to identify the main issues causing setbacks and increasing disheartening symptoms. The client identifies his or her goal for therapy and goals for what happens outside of therapy. The therapist provides the client with a treatable diagnosis and review what the remainder of the sessions would be like.
From session three and so on, the real work of reshaping, rebuilding, reprogramming, and whatever else is necessary to create change takes place.
The therapeutic process can be challenging during these sessions because the focus is on uprooting negative experiences, beliefs/thoughts, and painful emotions. The ultimate goal is for the therapist to help the client facilitate healing. Most importantly, the ideal client(s) is focused on healing from whatever he or she is battling.
The ideal client would be an individual having difficulties with one or many traumatic experiences, battling stress, or suffering from anxiety, depression, and invalidation from the lack of support from loved ones. When dealing with trauma, it does not matter when it happened because any experience is important. The ideal client would be struggling with symptoms of anxiety, flashbacks, depression, triggers, bouts of anger, invalidation, avoidance, and/or withdrawal.
The ideal couple struggles with communicating needs, thoughts, and wants, feeling distrust, argues often, avoid discussing what is most bothersome within the relationship, having intimacy issues, feeling distant, disconnected, or stressed, and having unrealistic expectations about what the relationship should be like.
The ideal family would struggle with communicating and listening to each other to resolve conflicts as a whole. The family typically argues, point the finger, does not take responsibility for their actions, but want to learn how to do better and be more supportive of each other.
Grey Dove Counseling stands out because of the person-centered and team approach. We are not going to tell you how you should live your life. We will guide you while using the non-judgmental approach to ensure that we meet your needs. We treat several mental disorders, such as Anxiety, Mood, Panic, Personality, Phobias, PTSD, and Trauma-related. We use several treatment modalities, such as CBT, CBT for PTSD, CPT, DBT, EMDR, PE, and TF-CBT.
Ultimately, we know that there is no such thing as one size fits all therapeutic approach. Our first step in treating your needs is to listen and provide you with a secure place to feel open and validated. Your life story is important to us and we want to help you improve your well-being. We guarantee that you will not leave us believing that your life must remain in chaos. As long as you put in the work, we will support you through your recovery process.
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We enjoy providing therapy. We offer free phone consultations. Please, feel free to send us a message. You can book an appointment by clicking this link: https://greydovecounseling.clientsecure.me
100-A Central Avenue, Ste 206, Goose Creek, SC 29445
We are flexible and willing to work to accommodate your requests.