Talk Therapy Services in Michigan

Therapy services are an effect method for improving mental health. Talk therapy aims to ease anxiety, depression, and other mental illnesses. These mental health issues may become most clear during extreme life events, but are often pre-existing. There are many types of therapy services, and meeting with one of our clinical mental health counselors is an important part of finding the type of treatment that will work for you. This is always done in a safe and confidential setting, where you or your loved one will work with our team to find the right approach.

What Do Therapy Services Involve?

There are a few common misconceptions about psychotherapy. Psychotherapy is sometimes known as talk therapy. These services help individuals practice health behavior to improve relationships with themselves, their partner, or their family. Therapy services can help to build healthy coping mechanisms, strengthen interpersonal skills and to prevent negative thought patterns. Therapy providers teach these important skills and encourage their use. Each person’s needs are unique. Different strategies, changes, and exercises can work best for each individual.

How Can Talk Therapy Help?

Research finds psychotherapy to be effective at improving mental health. It has also improved physical health in many, and lessened the effects caused by disorders and trauma. After you schedule a mental health assessment, your psychotherapist will determine the best therapeutic strategies for you. Therapy sessions allow you to discuss your thoughts or feelings in a safe, supportive, and confidential setting. These strategies can teach important conflict resolution skills. These effects compound, and lead to an open and non-judgemental environment for all.

Talk Therapy Services in Taylor, Bloomfield Hills, MI

What is Talk Therapy?

Talk therapy, also called psychotherapy, includes a wide range of more specific therapeutic techniques and strategies. Counselors and researchers in psychology have constructed and improved these techniques over time through decades of research.

When you think of psychotherapy, you may immediately think of dream interpretation, ink blots, and other seemingly confusing techniques, but these are not commonly used in modern-day psychotherapy. Today, therapeutic techniques in psychology focus mainly on patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving that can make life easier or more difficult. Therapists and counselors create therapy plans with their clients according to the specific obstacles they’re dealing with. This includes well-studied and well-researched therapy techniques for managing depression, anxiety, trauma, anger, eating disorders, and much more.

Psychotherapy Techniques

During talk therapy or psychotherapy, a therapist or counselor will work with their client to find what obstacles they are struggling with, and develop a plan for improvement. You may be familiar with some talk therapy techniques already, such as cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. There are many other types as well, such as psychodynamic therapy,  dialectical behavioral therapy, emotionally-focused therapy, humanistic therapy, and more. Which is right for you will depend on what obstacles you want to work through, your lifestyle, and what interventions are most effective for you.

Emotionally-Focused Therapy

Emotionally-focused therapy, or EFT, focuses on interpersonal relationships, including couples and families. Individuals struggling with interpersonal relationships can also benefit from this type of therapy. EFT counseling can provide interesting insights about how clients form relationships, patterns that arise throughout these relationships, and how they can restructure or strengthen these bonds. EFT therapy techniques often deal with conflict de-escalation in interpersonal relationships, emotional understanding and empathy, trust, security and how to form and maintain healthy relationships.

When Should You See a Therapist?

Psychotherapy has been proven to effectively treat individuals, couples and families. Psychotherapy can help with anxiety, depression, or other mental health problems. Our clinical mental health therapists specialize in building the right combinations of tools to help you or your loved one. These may include group therapy, interpersonal role-playing, socialization techniques, or other methods.

  • Personality Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Panic Attack Treatment
  • Postpartum Depression

Therapy Services in Taylor, MI and Bloomfield Hills, MI

The best way to determine if you, your partner, or your family can benefit from working with one of our therapists is to arrange an appointment and take an assessment. Contact us today to learn more and speak with a professional.

Michigan Counseling Centers has two offices, located in Taylor and Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Please find additional information on our offices and the best method of contact to reach us with on our Contact page.

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