When you receive counseling services from INPS, you can expect confidential, compassionate, and effective care. Clinicians at INPS utilize evidence-based therapeutic modalities to ensure clients receive scientifically supported treatment. We provide counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults for a variety of mental health concerns, including (but not limited to):
Trauma ◊ Grief and Loss ◊ Parenting Skills ◊ Anxiety ◊ Adjustment Disorders ◊ Autism Spectrum Disorders ◊ Depression ◊ Stress Management ◊ Eating Disorders ◊ Self-Injury ◊ Post Brain Injury life transition ◊ Social Skill building ◊ Anger Management ◊ Substance Abuse
At INPS, we recognize and encourage our clients’ existing abilities, skills, and resources. We see our clients as more than just their struggles; our goal is help our clients build new coping skills and find inner sources of strength and resiliency. Whether you are seeking individual, couples, or family counseling services, our clinical staff is prepared to serve your counseling needs.
What Can I Expect from Counseling?
The treatment process begins with a comprehensive assessment. During this hour long assessment, our clinicians will talk with you about your reasons for seeking treatment, the history of your concerns, and your goals for the future. Our clinical staff will then collaborate with you to develop an achievable treatment plan based on your goals. Counselors typically meet with their clients for one hour a week; however, we understand that every person is different. We will work together with you based on your schedule and treatment goals.
To learn more about our counselors, Stephanie Thomas, LCSW, and Angela Kathman, LCSW, visit our Staff page.
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