Individual therapy for patients ages 6+
Individual therapy – also commonly referred to as therapy, counseling, or psychotherapy – creates a warm, confidential, and supportive environment where an individual meets one-on-one with a trained therapist. At Alliance Behavioral Psychology, we strive to focus on having a genuine and interested relationship or “alliance” with the person.
In individual therapy the person can expect to be treated with respect, understanding, and empathy. Your therapist will seek to work with you to develop a clear treatment plan within the first visit or two. You can expect to work on understanding the relationship between your thoughts, emotions, and interpersonal approaches. Our objective is to help you develop and enhance the skills needed to cope more effectively with your concerns and begin to have a more fulfilling and hopeful approach to life.
Areas of therapeutic expertise- anxiety, depression (including postpartum depression), OCD, PTSD, bipolar, grief and loss, anger management, relationship concerns, spiritual/religious concerns, pornography and sexual concerns, perfectionism, restoring inner-resilience, and developing interpersonal empowerment.
All of our therapists use empirically supported therapeutic approaches (CBT, ACT, DBT, etc.).
Child Therapy Services are provided at our Spanish Fork office.
Child therapy is form of treatment where the therapist works closely with a child and caregiver(s) to improve the mental, emotional, and social health of the child.
Jason McBride, Julia Bernards, Boone Christianson, and Rachel Arnold provide evidence-based treatment for children (ages 5-12) suffering from anxiety, depression, OCD, behavioral problems, and/or attachment issues.
Children and parents can expect to receive warm and transparent treatment. Our providers strive to teach, model, and strengthen healthy parent-child interactions.
We offer a fully equipped play-therapy room, where children are able to access fun and familiar ways to express themselves through play (sand-play, puppets, toys, costumes, etc.).
Group therapy is a form of therapy where individuals can experience a safe place to connect, relate, learn, and change in an interpersonal environment. Groups typically have anywhere from 5-12 members, depending on the nature and purpose of the group. Group therapy can be particularly helpful when mental health concerns interfere with relationships.
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