Services


Mental Health Counseling

What is Counseling?

Counseling is a self-discovery process that helps individuals become more aware of themselves and their environment while learning to better manage and cope with their daily life stressors as well as those of others. Utilizing a wellness approach, it incorporates the principles of mental health, psychology, and human development into cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and/or systemic interventions that address wellness, personal growth, career development, and pathology to empower clients to independently solve their own problems.

Who Benefits from Counseling?

Anyone and everyone may benefit from counseling!

What Can I Expect?

First and foremost, you can expect to be respected, appreciated, and welcomed. Counseling is a multidimensional process that is built upon the relationship fostered between the counselor and client. It is collaborative in that the counselor and client work together to work through difficulties and set and accomplish goals that enhance one’s quality of life. This is not a “one size fits approach.” At counseling speaks you can also expect for us to believe in you.

Alcohol Problems
Anger Management
Anxiety and Phobias
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Brief Crisis Intervention
Bullying in the Workplace
Career Counseling
Child or Adolescent
Communication Issues
Coping Skills​
Debt Management
Depression and Isolation
Domestic Violence
Drug Abuse
Dual Diagnosis
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict
Financial Crisis
Gambling
Grief and Loss
Immigration Concerns
Impulse Control Disorders
Job Pressure
Life Transitions
Men’s Issues
Mood Disorders
Moving and Relocation
Multicultural Issues
Older Adult Concerns
Oppositional Defiance
Peer Relationship Issues
Personal Crisis
Pet Loss
Problems with Children
Relationship/Marital Conflict
Sex Addiction
Sexual Abuse
Sleep or Insomnia
Stress
Suicidal Ideation
Teen Violence
Trauma and PTSD
Women’s Issues
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Coaching

Coaching is a relationship in which one person–a coach–supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal. This may entail a formal or informal relationship between two people, of whom one has more experience and expertise than the other and offers advice and guidance as the latter learns; but coaching differs from counseling, as there is no formal diagnosis.

Coaching Services

ADHD Coaching
Business Coaching
Career Coaching
Executive Coaching
Financial Coaching
Happiness Coaching
Health and Wellness Coaching
Life Coaching
Relationship Coaching
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Crisis Intervention

Crisis intervention is a form of emergency psychological care aimed at assisting those in a crisis situation, restoring equilibrium to their biopsychosocial functioning and minimizing the potential for long-term psychological trauma. Such support offers immediate, short-term help to individuals who experience an event that produces behavioral, emotional, physical, and/or psychological distress.

Crisis entails any situation in which the individual perceives a sudden loss of ability to use effective problem-solving and coping skills. Such situations may include criminal victimization, family disturbance, loss of a loved one, medical illness, mental illness, natural disasters, sexual assault, and suicidal ideation.

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Individual Psychotherapy

Alcohol/Substance Abuse
Anger Management
Anxiety and Phobias
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Brief Crisis Intervention
Bullying in the Workplace
Career Counseling
Child or Adolescent
Communication Issues
Coping Skills
Debt Management
Depression and Isolation
Domestic Violence
Drug Abuse
Dual Diagnosis
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict
Financial Management
Impulse Control Disorders
Life Coaching
Life Transitions
Men’s Issues
Mood Disorders
Multicultural Issues
Oppositional Defiance
Peer Relationships
Police Counseling
Relationship coaching
Sexual Abuse
Sleep or Insomnia
Stress and relaxation
Suicidal Ideation
Teen Violence
Trauma and PTSD
Women’s issues
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Mentoring Program

It is The Counseling Speaks Mentorship Program’s mission to help individuals live their best life and reach their maximal potential in their professional, educational, and personal life. The Counseling Speaks Mentorship Program is for anyone at any age who feels that they could benefit from a structured program that focuses on setting and achieving personal goals as well as educating themselves as to how they can live their best life. Topics included in the mentorship program that the mentor and mentee will work to develop and strengthen are: goal-setting/career planning, stress management, work-life balance, problem solving/decision making, positive psychology and attitude, and more depending on individualized needs and goals. The mentorship program is typically organized into bimonthly meetings over the course of 6 months for a total of 12 sessions. However, the time frame and curriculum may be slightly altered depending on the mentor/mentee’s circumstances and schedules.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Counseling Speaks’ Mentorship Program prohibits discrimination against and harassment of any applicant, mentor or mentee because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status or any other characteristic protected under federal or state law. Any violations of the non-discrimination policy should be brought to immediate attention to the supervisors of the Mentorship Program.

Definition of Terms

Mentor: the person who acts as a mentor or leader to the other person; this person may be a licensed clinician/counselor, a teacher, or another professional volunteering through Counseling Speaks

Mentee: the person who is getting mentored through the guidance of the mentor, seeking personal growth through the mentorship program

Mentorship: a program consisting of a professional relationship between a mentor and mentee, designed for personal growth and development for the mentee with the guidance/leadership of the mentor

*It should be noted that a mentorship is NOT the same as counseling/therapy, and the mentor a mentee received is NOT required to be a licensed clinician.

Criteria for Involvement in Mentorship Program

Criteria for Applying to be a Mentee

Anyone who feels they could benefit from a mentor who will help guide them to begin achieving their goals personally and professionally can apply to be a mentee.

Criteria for Applying to be a Mentor

Any professional with a passion for helping others achieve their personal and professional goals may apply to be a mentor through the Counseling Speaks Mentorship Program. This may be a licensed clinician or counselor, a teacher, a social worker, or anyone else with a passion for helping others live their best lives.

For more information call us at 331 240 0044

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Speaking Engagements

counseling speaks ​is available to meet the needs of your next speaking engagement. We have a library of customizable presentations and team of experienced facilitators prepared to work with you every step of the way. The focus and length of our speaking engagements can be tailored to meet the needs of both you and your audience. Presentations may vary in form from a simple roundtable discussion to traditional lecture or a full-blown workshop with open discussion and breakout groups. Due to the wide variety of topics available, we ask that you contact us with your specific needs so that we may work together to develop a presentation that is right for you. Sample presentation topics include but are not anywhere near limited to:

Advocacy
Alcohol/Substance Abuse
Anger Management
Anxiety and Phobias
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Brief Crisis Intervention
Bullying in the Workplace
Career Counseling
Child or Adolescent Issues
Communication Issues
Coping Skills
Debt Management
Depression and Isolation
Domestic Violence
Drug Abuse
Dual Diagnosis
Emotional Disturbance
Family Conflict

For more information please call us at 331 240 0044

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