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Behavioral Counseling 

Behavioral therapy assists patients identify unhealthy behaviors, and also eliminating these behaviors for their overall well-being. Clinician’s work with the client with the understanding that all behaviors are learned and as such unhealthy behaviors can be changed. 

Who can benefit from Behavioral Counseling?

Behavioral therapy can help individuals of all ages with various diagnosis such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD and many more.

Common Types of Behavioral Counseling 

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Clinician’s provide a holistic approach by looking at the behaviors, and the thoughts or beliefs that influence the outcome of our actions.
  • Play Therapy: Clinician’s communicate with children in their common language of play. Clinician’s review responding to various situations in a more positive manner and reinforcing positive behavior while punishing negative behavior.