ABOUT PARTNERS IN COUNSELING

At Partners in Counseling, we are private practice psychotherapists, committed to providing the most innovative and individualized treatment, using the latest research on evidenced-based practice. We are passionate about our work and believe that successful counseling integrates scientifically valid best practices with skilled, compassionate and respectful attention to individual needs. We believe that better understanding of and managing one’s emotions leads to an improved quality of life, filled with greater flexibility, more choices and less self-destructive behavior. Living with emotional and behavioral dysregulation is painful. We understand that all too well. We also know that with hard work and commitment, things can improve.

Contacting us is the first step. Treatment begins with an in-depth assessment or intake, where we will get to know you, your history, presenting concerns all to determine the best, individualized course of treatment. During this intake session we will ask you to complete specific assessment screens or forms and have a detailed conversation that helps us identify your specific needs. Assessment is also an ongoing process that continues throughout treatment.

Find the right solutions to your mental health needs with services from Partners in Counseling

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