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Which type of counseling is right for you?

Counseling can benefit everyone. We’re here to help whenever you’re ready. 

At The Transition House, we work every day to break the stigma on mental health because everyone can benefit from counseling. There are so many different types of counseling approaches that sometimes it’s hard to know which kind is right for you. Learn more about what types of counseling we provide and which is best for you in our library of mental health resources.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy used to treat mental health disorders. It can be used to treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, and borderline personality disorder. CBT works by identifying and modifying the negative thoughts or behaviors that cause or worsen a person’s symptoms.


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Family and Couples Counseling

Attending counseling as a family or with a partner can be very beneficial.  No matter the issues that brought you to counseling, whether that's alcohol, substance abuse, marital issues, or teens acting out, seeking help is the first step towards creating a better family and relationship dynamic.

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Grief Counseling

When a loved one dies, we experience a range of emotions, and it’s important to recognize and know how to cope with those feelings. Talking and working through the death of a loved one in grief counseling can be essential to healing.

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Therapy for Children and Adolescents

Mental health is important at any age, and there is a growing need for student and child mental health services. Learning and implementing the skills to cope with emotions and life changes is an essential component of therapy for children and adolescents.

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Alcohol and Substance Abuse Therapy

Addiction is a complex disease, but recovery is possible. It’s important to understand both the physical and mental struggles of alcohol and substance abuse, and therapy can help with that.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Attending a residential care program to treat substance abuse can help reduce the rate of relapse. Medication-assisted treatment combines cognitive behavioral therapy, residential and/or intensive outpatient care, and the use of medication to treat substance use disorders and prevent overdose.

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Group Therapy

Sometimes working through your emotions with people who have experienced something similar is beneficial. There are many different kinds of group therapy, but learning about the benefits of counseling as a group is a step in the right direction towards getting the help you need.

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Psychiatric Evaluations

The path to mental health is different for everyone. You might begin treatment by speaking to a physician, psychologist, licensed mental health counselor, social worker, or case manager. Based on a number of factors, a psychiatric evaluation can be requested.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy used to treat mental health disorders. CBT works by identifying and modifying the negative thoughts or behaviors that cause or worsen a person’s symptoms. If you are wondering if cognitive behavioral therapy is right for you, check out these resources.

Family and Couples Counseling

Mental health affects more than just one person. Especially in family and relationship dynamics, it’s important that all parties involved can work through their emotions in a healthy and safe environment. Luckily, there are many different family, couples, and group therapy options that you and your loved ones can attend together. If you’re wondering if family or couples counseling is right for you, check out these resources.

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Grief Counseling

Grief is a natural part of life. When someone or something we love is no longer there, it’s hard to come to terms with that change. If you are struggling with loss, grief counseling may be for you.

 


 

Therapy for Children and Adolescents

Mental health is important no matter how old you are. There is a growing need for student and child mental health services. Being able to learn and implement the skills to cope with emotions and life changes is an essential component of therapy for children and adolescents. Luckily, there are resources available to help. If you’re wondering if therapy is best for your child, check out our resource page.

 

Resources for Children and Adolescents

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Alcohol and Substance Abuse Therapy

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, therapy may be the right step on the recovery journey for you. Recovery is possible, and there are resources readily available to you and your loved ones to get the help you deserve. If you are wondering if alcohol or substance abuse therapy is right for you, check out our resource page.

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Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Sometimes, the best step to take on the road to recovery and better mental health is medication. If you’re wondering if medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is right for you, take a look at these resources

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Group Therapy

Counseling in groups can be therapeutic. Sometimes it’s helpful to know that other people share similar struggles to your own and that you are not alone. If you’re wondering if group therapy is right for you, check out the various group therapy options we have at The Transition House.

 

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Psychiatric Evaluations

The path to mental health is different for everyone. You might begin treatment by speaking to a physician, psychologist, licensed mental health counselor, social worker, or case manager. If you're curious why you can't see a psychiatrist immediately, you might find these resources helpful.

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Check out our blog and stay up to date with the latest in mental health resources! From anxiety and depression counseling to substance abuse therapy, we cover topics related to mental health and how it can benefit you.

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