Individual therapy or counseling is a process where a person – adult, child, or teen – works one-on-one with a mental health professional, psychologist, clinical counselor, or clinical social worker. For children and teens, a parent or guardian may be involved in the therapy. While each therapist may approach the work somewhat differently, individual therapy will be a safe and confidential place to explore your goals and to work toward change. Read how one of our therapists explains his approach: Peter Barach PhD, on “What to Expect from Psychotherapy.”
In couples therapy the mental health professional meets with partners, married or unmarried, to improve their relationship.
In family therapy, two or more family members meet with a therapist to talk about problems and solutions in any area of family life. Sometimes it’s a child with a problem, sometimes it’s an adult, sometimes it’s a difficult life transition or situation and sometimes people may just not be getting along. Read more
Group Therapy: Social Skills Group
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Re-processing)
EMDR is a structured information processing therapy that uses an eight-phase approach to help clients process traumatic experiences.
The use of planned suggestions to help a client experience clinically useful changes in subjective experience, alterations in perception, sensation, emotion, thought or behavior.
Courts have recognized several Horizons staff as experts in criminal and civil matters, offering their opinions about relevant psychological issues.
One-time or ongoing discussions and collaborations to help individuals, family businesses, or organizations achieve their goals.