Silver Linings Counseling

Helping you find your silver lining



Individual Counseling

Have you been facing a significant change in mood in the past year or so? Have you been struggling with a major change in your life? Have you been dealing with too much stress at work or at home? If so, Silver Linings Counseling can help alleviate some of the pressure and sort out your concerns. Through individual counseling, you work with a therapist to address the specific concerns in your life in a safe, caring, and discreet environment. It is completely confidential.

In individual counseling, you can explore your feelings, identify behaviors, work on areas of change, and achieve your goals. A list of topics worked on during therapy, but not limited to, can be found here.

Couples and Family Counseling

Would you like to gain a better understanding of your partner? Would you and your partner like some help strengthening the bond with your child? Would you like some help working out some unresolved issues with your family? Couples or family counseling can be useful in most situations that cause significant distress in your life.

Couples counseling (or marriage counseling) helps committed partners of all types (straight, gay, married, non-married) identify and resolve relationship conflicts. Family counseling can help you and your family members understand one another better and bring you closer together. A list of relationship or family issues that may cause conflict, but not limited to, can be found here.

Psychological Testing and Assessment

Have you or your child been experiencing difficulty in school? Have you or your child been experiencing a recent change in behavior? Have these issues been brought up to your attention by family members or by your child's school? Testing and assessments are tools that can assist a psychologist in answering your questions.

There are many types of tools that can be utilized to test the individual including their attention (for ADHD), achievement and aptitude, intelligence, learning ability, dexterity, reaction time, memory, anger management, interpersonal, personality, and emotional state. The psychologists will select the specific set of tests and assessments based on you or your child’s needs.

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