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Counseling can help you identify patterns of thoughts, behaviors, and emotions that cause you pain or prevent you from reaching your full potential.
Couples therapy focuses on relationships in distress. Counseling can help you reconnect with your partner and move the relationship forward.
Family therapy helps family members improve communication and resolve conflict. Counseling can help identify patterns of interactions that contribute to family struggles.
Participation in a group helps you become aware of your own feelings and needs within a therapeutic social setting that can increase interpersonal and coping skills.
Children as young as 2 can receive counseling at CCOEA. Counseling can also help build your capacity for parenting and your ability to cope with your child’s behavior.
Expressing their emotions, pain, or fears in words does not come naturally to children. Children best express their feelings, thoughts, and experiences through play.
The primary focus of CPRT is to strengthen your relationship with your child. Basic play therapy skills are used to increase communication and improve parenting.
Art therapy uses art media, images, and the creative process to help reconcile emotional conflicts and promote personal growth.
Expressive arts include visual arts, movement, drama, music, writing and other creative processes. The internal process of the individual, family or group is the focus.
You will create a three-dimensional scene in a tray using sand, water and realistic miniature figures engaging the creative process.