A licensed therapist can offer a safe space to process thoughts and feelings, provide support, problem-solving skills and effective coping strategies for issues including depression, anxiety, life transitions, unresolved trauma, grief/loss and stress management.
Everyone experiences adversities in life, and while you may have navigated through those past situations, it’s ok to reach out for extra support and guidance from a mental health professional.
Each individual will come into therapy with different presenting problems and goals, the outcome will be different based on the individual. You can expect to build a therapeutic alliance, discuss current events and past history that may be negatively impacting areas of daily functioning, learn effective and sustainable tools to improve mental health, report any progress or new insights from the previous session. Depending on the individual needs therapy can be short-term and solution-focused or longer-term treatment to address significant behavioral patterns or unresolved trauma.
At this time, Bright Journey Counseling offers tele-therapy sessions and is out of network.
Confidentiality is one of the most important aspects of the client -therapist relationship. Therapists are legally and ethically bound to keep sessions confidential. However, there are a few specific exceptions to this rule. As a mandated reporter, therapist are required by law to disclose information to protect the a client or individual serious threats or harm, disclosure of child abuse or neglect or elder abuse. Ideally, you should be informed about any situation in which confidentiality must be broken.