Therapy Services Available
All therapists at Aspen Grove are trained and have the experience to provide services for a number of different problems people face in their relationships or as individuals. More commonly we help clients work through individual issues (such as depression, anxiety, historical abuse, etc.), couple issues (such as couple communication, marital dissolution, relationship satisfaction, etc.), family issues (such as parenting, blended families, family relationship satisfaction, etc.) or child issues (such as defiance, school problems, behavioral problems, etc.). While these are the most common issues we work with, contact us if you feel you have a specific need that is not described here and we will let you know if we can help you in anyway.
Select the type of therapy below that fits your needs to see a more thorough explanation of our treatment style:
Whether your are dealing with anxiety, depression, the end of a relationship or you need to work on understanding yourself better, individual therapy is a good option. Our expert therapists use a mixture of evidenced based interventions (i.e. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Relaxation Training) and in session experiential exercises when helping people with depression or anxiety. This combination helps clients practice the skills that are proven to work in session so they are able to use them more when they are out of the session. Some of our therapists also use Transgenerational Therapy to help people better understand who they are. Many people, especially those having an identity crisis, don’t fully understand their backgrounds, which can create anxiety and other emotional symptoms. Working on understanding your history, which includes understanding how the way you were treated in your family as a child, helps you work on that anxiety and decrease those other emotional symptoms before they get out of hand.
Another way individual therapy can help is to help you learn what things have been a problem for you in previous relationships so you don’t repeat those patterns in future relationships.