At Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services, we offer several different types of therapy based on our clients’ needs. Below is a brief description of some of the therapy that we offer:
Equilibria Psychological and Consultation Services offers one-on-one therapy to address concerns that range from temporary problems to issues of a more complex nature. We help our clients understand and resolve their emotional, behavioral and/or social issues in a way that increases their self-awareness and satisfaction.
Family therapy helps family members find constructive ways to communicate, understand each other and problem solve. By acknowledging the contexts of people’s families and other relationships while sharing and respecting individuals’ different perspectives, beliefs, views and stories, family therapy helps to explore possible ways to move forward so that everyone benefits.
COUPLES THERAPY/MARRIAGE COUNSELING: When two people join together as part of an intimate relationship (marriage, dating relationship, life partnership, couples, et cetera), various issues and struggles may arise as they strive to attain and maintain satisfaction in their relationship. Equilibria’s therapists help couples negotiate these obstacles. The relationship counseling experience is aimed at increasing empathetic understanding, improving effective communication, and providing an opportunity for mutual growth in your relationship.
GROUP THERAPY: Group therapy can be extremely beneficial to children because it allows them to learn from other children as well as an adult. Learning how to cooperate and problem solve with others challenges children to develop their interpersonal and relating skills, qualities that are imperative to emotional, behavioral and learning success. We offer a wide variety of groups focused on social skills, learning, behavior and emotion management, and specific topics such as divorce, loss and teen issues.
Play therapy allows children to express their feelings and thoughts in a way that is best suited to their developmental level. By allowing children to play in a safe environment with a trained therapist, children can be helped to cope in more adaptive ways with issues and to work through problems and decision-making. Play therapy helps children learn to express their feelings, improve their communication skills, modify problematic behavior, learn different ways to relate to others, and develop more successful coping and problem solving strategies.