Mental health and relationship challenges such as: depression, loss, grief, life transitions, stress, substance abuse, parenting, divorce, conflict, anxiety, self esteem and hurts from the past that may have personal and social costs. Licensed mental health professionals and practioners provide relationship, trauma focused and mental health counseling services to address a wide range of personal and family challenges. Counseling services are available to individuals, couples and families of all ages.
Our therapists work one-to-one with individuals on a wide range of concerns that may include depression, anxiety, adapting to life changes, stress management, and dealing with trauma, grief or loss.
Therapists work with clients to improve family stability by addressing relationship issues such as poor communication, unresolved conflict, sibling rivalry, school concerns, divorce, single parenting and step-family issues.
Mental Health Diagnosing:
Our mental health professionals offer diagnostic services for all ages. We also offer specialized diagnostic services for children ages 0-5 years.
A therapeutic, educational group that provides men the opportunity to increase their knowledge about domestic violence; to develop and use the non-violent, problem-solving and relationship skills; and to understand the damages resulting from domestic violence. This program meets the MN State Statutes standards for domestic abuse counseling and education programs.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy:
Our trained therapists provide an intensive, comprehensive program for adults that struggle with emotional regulation and are at risk of self-injury or suicide. This program was developed by Dr. Marsha Lineman to treat individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, and/or multiple mental health diagnoses. Research has demonstrated that DBT is the most effective treatment for reducing suicide and self-injury while helping people build a life worth living. Program components include individual therapy, skills training and phone coaching.
*Training for DBT was provided by a generous donation in memory of John Beyerle, a long time therapist and Family Service Rochester.
Mental Health First Aid:
Just as CPR helps assist individuals having a heart attack. In this course, participants learn how to apply the 5 step Mental Health First Aid action plan. Addressed are risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.
Children's Therapeutic Supper Services (CTSS):
A flexible package of mental health services for children and their families who require varying levels of therapeutic and rehabilitative intervention. Our belief is that all family members should have services and support available to help assist the child in achieving the desired level of functioning.
Our certified therapists utilize this short-term treatment with children between the ages of 3-18. Understanding, recognizing and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. An adult family member is involved in the service as childhood trauma not only affects individuals, but their families.
All About Me:
A group of support and empower girls ages 12-15 years in a safe and open environment with peers their age. Group topics focus on self-esteem, leaning distress tolerance, educational enrichment in mental health, communication and coping skills along with other relevant issues.
Family Based Services:
Unaddressed mental health and behavioral concerns can negatively impact a child's development, academic progress and disrupt family life. Our mental health professionals and practitioners provide counseling to families in their own homes. Through a variety of programs and interventions, families will identify their strengths, explore concerns to create and work an action plan.