Counseling Services

Counseling is a process that involves a trained counselor working with a client to address various emotional, psychological, and behavioral issues. It is a collaborative relationship where the counselor and client work together to explore and understand the client's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Any person covered by our work health insurance plan can use any Onsite services without cost.  This includes allergy shots, lab visits, telehealth video visits, infusion services, and services provided by the Onsite Counselor. 

Please note for those not covered under our workplace insurance:  If an employee qualifies to use the clinic and needs to utilize payroll deduction to do so, those patients will have their Onsite Counselor visit costs deducted through their paycheck.  If you have questions regarding eligibility, please contact your HR office for further.  

Key aspects of counseling include:

Collaboration: The counselor and client work together as a team. The client actively participates in the counseling process, and their input is valued in setting goals and making decisions.

Goal-Oriented: Counseling typically begins with the client identifying specific goals or areas of concern they want to address. These goals serve as a roadmap for the counseling process.

Problem-Solving: Counselors assist clients in identifying and understanding the problems or challenges they face. They may help clients explore potential solutions, develop coping strategies, and make positive changes in their lives.

Emotional Support: Counselors provide a safe and non-judgmental space for clients to express their thoughts and emotions. They offer empathy, understanding, and validation, which can be healing and comforting.

Skill Building: Counseling often involves teaching clients new skills and techniques to better manage their emotions, improve communication, enhance self-esteem, and promote healthier behaviors.

Behavior Change: A significant part of counseling can focus on helping clients modify behaviors that may be causing distress or hindering personal growth.

Optimal Mental Health: The ultimate goal of counseling is to promote the client's mental and emotional well-being. This may involve reducing symptoms of mental health disorders, improving overall life satisfaction, and enhancing resilience.

Counseling can be used to address a wide range of issues, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, relationship problems, stress, grief, trauma, career challenges, and personal growth.