Pediatric and Adolescent Behavioral Disorders
Adolescent and Adult Depression
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Relationship and Marital Difficulties
Trutherapy is a team of highly qualified professionals who strive to provide collaborative, integrated mental health, behavioral health, and substance abuse treatment that meets the needs of our community. Our services include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, substance abuse therapy, couples therapy, play therapy, treatment planning, medication management, and crisis intervention. We treat a wide range of diagnoses including but not limited to;
Counseling services may be delivered to children or adults in an individual, group, or family setting and may include psychotherapy, diagnosis and evaluation, medication management, and home visits, depending on the individual needs of the client.
Couples counseling is for couples who are married or not, engaged or not, living together or not, previously married or never married, younger and older couples, heterosexual or same-sex couples, monogamous and non-monogamous. Whether you are looking to improve communication, trying to heal from an affair, want to grow your intimacy, develop trust, or just want to feel more connected, this is a great option. Trutherapy therapists have graduate or postgraduate degrees — and many choose to become credentialed by Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). Couples counseling is often short term. It typically includes both partners, but sometimes one partner chooses to work with a therapist alone. Your treatment plan will be tailored to your specific situation.
Studies suggest that group therapy is a very effective approach to improving one’s overall quality of life. Hearing how others cope with their challenges can offer great insight into solving one’s own. They are an important part of treatment.
Trutherapy believes that appropriate medication can help people with mental illness recover and maintain their recovery. We employ licensed psychiatrists to prescribe and help manage therapeutic medications.
This structured, one-on-one relationship is focused on helping parents/caregivers address their child’s emotional and behavioral needs. Counselors assist parents/caregivers in navigating youth care systems such as education, mental health, juvenile justice, etc. It helps them find parent and self-help groups, and training, coaching and support programs for parents/caregivers. It also helps them identify formal and community resources like after-school programs, food assistance, summer camps, etc.