- Children 2-8 Years Old
- Behavioral Concerns and Parenting Education
- Children 8-12 Years Old
- ADHD and Learning Self Regulation
- Crisis Management, Self-Esteem, and Coping Skills
- Depression, Anxiety, and Co-Dependency
- Transitional Issues (Divorce, Reunification, or Grief and Loss)
It takes courage to come to counseling and admit that you cannot handle your issue alone. Counseling may be a few sessions, short-term, or long-term depending on your need and goals that you want to achieve. People who seek counseling are everyday people overwhelmed with life stressors and are in need of support.
Whatever your reason for seeking counseling, we will work together to assist you in reaching your goals and reducing your stressors while increasing your coping skills to work toward healing.
Play Therapy & Art
of it can be to client and the therapist.
Working with children with Autism, Abandonment, ADHD, ODD, Behavior issues, Grief/Loss, Neglect, Separation from parents by divorce or incarcerated, Transitional issues, Self-esteem, Physical Abuse, and Sexual Abuse.
It is our desire to give your teen a good role model and a caring professional to talk to. Most teens report enjoying going to therapy even if they were resistant at first. We know that parents and teens face unique challenges as they see their roles and responsibilities shifting within the family and Parsons Counseling is here to support your family.
We are able to utilize our specialty of Expressive Therapy techniques, EMDR, Sandtray, teach coping skills through playing interactive games, and support teens by listening so they will open up and understand their issues.
Areas we can help:
- Learning coping skills
- Improve communication skills
- Setting boundaries with peers
- Relationship issues and conflict
- Mental health concerns: Anxiety and Depression
- Being overwhelmed
- Cutting and Self-harm
- Dealing with bullying
- Discernment for future goals
- Self-esteem and peer pressure
- Deciphering through social media and cyber-bullying
- Transitional issues: divorce, changing schools, moved, and changes in guardianship or foster care
Transitioning into Adulthood
Sometimes it is all too much
Counseling on your device
Working on the Past
Increase family relationships
,Adults pursue counseling for many reasons. Some may begin therapy to address major mental health issues such as severe depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or other issues. Others begin counseling due to a court order, substance abuse, sex addiction, past trauma, sexual abuse, or physical abuse. Other issues such as divorce, relationship discord, or making life-changing decisions are also reasons that many adults start counseling. Whatever your reason for seeking counseling we will work together to assist you in reaching your goals and reducing your stressors while increasing your positive coping skills.