Therapy can help clients:
At some point, we all encounter issues where we need support to help us through the crises and challenges of life, or help to discover our true selves. Taking responsibility for your life and accessing therapy is something to be admired. Your decision puts you on a path to overcome life’s challenges and attain the health, wholeness, and happiness that you desire.
People seek psychotherapy for various reasons. Every person is unique and has unique needs. Therapy helps individuals address those needs while providing the tools to overcome obstacles, resolve issues, learn about themselves, set and achieve goals, and realize dreams.
Therapy is based on the needs of the individual. Sessions primarily consist of discussion about current events in your life, your personal history related to the issue that you would like to address, your report on progress and milestones, as well as long-term and short-term goal setting.
The best results are achieved when you actively engage in the process and apply what you learn through therapy to your everyday life.
Mental and emotional problems cannot solely be solved by medication. Therapy helps you achieve sustainable growth and give you a greater sense of well-being, while medication may just help you treat the symptoms. Therapy also addresses the root cause of the distress that is occurring in your life. In many cases, combination of both medication and therapy is the right choice for many patients.
DLR Counseling Group accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medicaid, Tricare, Beacon, and IPM EAP. We are currently working to add new insurance providers to our list of partners. Please check Rates & Insurance page for more info.
We hold confidentiality in the highest regard. The client and therapist relationship requires the highest degree of trust. We will not share what you discuss in your therapy sessions. At your first visit, you will be provided with a copy of our confidentiality disclosure agreement. DLR Consulting Group adheres to HIPPA guidelines. State law and professional ethics require therapists to maintain confidentiality except for the following situations: