What We Do
Our practice takes a multi-faceted approach to issues. We often coordinate with Primary Physicians, ARNP's, attend IEP meetings, have school sessions when needed, and adjust the plan of care to best fit your needs.
Start your journey here, and allow us the opportunity to process with you the adjustment or transition you are faced with. We can assist with coping skills, improving communication, insight, self-assertiveness, and the road to healing and personal growth.
Mallory Baum, LCMFT
Amy Meek, LCMFT, RPT-S
Clinician / Supervisor
Bailey Mitchell, LMFT
Receptionist/ Insur Asst.
Lana Secrest, LSCSW, CPT
Clnician / Supervisor
Richelle Stroup, LMSW
Psychotherapy has both benefits and risks. Risks sometimes include experiencing uncomfortable feelings, such as sadness, guilt, anxiety, anger, frustration, loneliness and helplessness. Psychotherapy often requires discussing unpleasant aspects of your life. However, psychotherapy has been shown to have benefits for individuals who undertake it.
Therapy often leads to a significant reduction in feelings of distress, increased satisfaction in interpersonal relationships, greater personal awareness and insight, increased skills for managing stress, and resolutions to specific problems. But, there are no guarantees about what will happen.
Psychotherapy requires a very active effort on your part. In order to be most successful, you will have to work on things that we discuss outside of sessions.
Therapists utilize a variety of approaches depending on your needs. Some of these approaches include: