Individual & Family Counseling
Seek Healing and Wellness through Mental Health Therapy
Therapy can help both individuals and families seeking to improve their quality of life. If you are experiencing prolonged sadness or anxiety, difficult life transitions, problems with past struggles, or any other debilitating issue that doesn’t get better despite your efforts, our therapists can help you find the change you want in a safe and non-judgmental environment.
At Red Willow Counseling and Recovery, we give families a place to hear each other and be heard. We identify problematic behavior patterns and guide you through new skills to heal and better cope with future problems together.
A common struggle is deciding whether you should see a therapist or handle the problem yourself. While a common cold doesn’t warrant going to the doctor, symptoms that don’t get better over time call for medical attention. The same applies with emotional concerns — and getting those concerns addressed by a licensed therapist can lead to a happier, healthier, and more satisfying life.
What is psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy uncovers patterns of thought and action that keep a person from overcoming past events and from living a life cultivated and defined by joy. Our licensed therapists follow established models and use techniques grounded in evidence-based research. By having honest conversations and listening to your experiences, we help you resolve issues from your past, understand your present motivations and behaviors, and compose new skills to help you navigate the future.
Our qualified therapists can help guide you through the following concerns:
- Depression, anxiety, melancholy, or sadness
- Obsessive compulsive disorders
- Mood swings or other mood imbalances
- Drug and alcohol addiction as well as early recovery challenges
- Process addictions: gambling, pornography, sex and love addiction, workaholism, etc.
- Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA)
- Family relationship issues: communication, family roles, conflict, limits and boundaries, co-dependency, etc.
- Family of origin issues
- Developing healthy coping skills
- Life changes, grief, and loss
- Trauma and PTSD
- Physical, emotional, and sexual abuse
- Personality, self-concept, and self-esteem challenges
- Crisis of faith and other religious, spiritual, LDS, or cult trauma issues
- LGBTQ or gender issues
- Women’s and feminist issues, sexual trauma, domestic violence, etc.
Just as every person is unique, therapy isn’t one-size-fits-all. We want you to feel comfortable with your therapist. We work in partnership with you to develop a unique path to healing and strength.