Our Specialties & Services
At Pearls of Change Wellness, we offer a warm and welcoming therapeutic atmosphere that fosters personal growth. We help individuals restore hope, regain their sense of normalcy and work to change their overall view of life.
We Work With Individuals, Couples, Families, & Groups
Counseling allows individuals to explore their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change.
Happy couples find regular therapy sessions to help them maintain and enhance their healthy relationships. Together, they learn how to work through disagreements and other relationship issues, improve their emotional and physical intimacy, and understand one another on a deeper level.
Adolescent counseling can help improve the child’s overall mood, self-worth, and confidence, boost their self-esteem while also working with them to use various outside resources to cope with their situations.
Psychological intervention can help ease life’s transitions–everything from positive events like marriage, a new baby, or career advancement to more dire situations such as divorce, chronic illness, injury, or the death of a loved one.
The goal of talk therapy is to allow women to understand their underlying issues, the concerns of mental health conditions they are currently facing and give them tools and strategies for changing their behaviors or dealing with painful experiences.
Therapy can help expectant mothers, women who are facing postpartum concerns, and the partners of these women to address the various issues that pregnancy and childbirth are likely to cause.
Talk therapy is an instrumental first step to seeking help for an eating disorder. We also assist our patients in finding additional resources they may need — including medical doctors, nutritionists, psychiatrists, and treatment centers — to ensure optimal care.
Therapy can help older adults who may have difficulty with the transitions of aging to manage their emotions, find new sources of enjoyment and meaning, and find new support systems. It can help people face their fears of death if they have such fears and deal with grief as friends and family members pass on.
Therapy aims to find an expression of gender that feels most genuine and authentic for the client, given their own socio-cultural and geographic contexts. During this exploration process, therapists often assist clients in developing social connections and finding community.
Therapy can help you learn about what you’re feeling, why you might be feeling it, and how to cope. People who feel forced into therapy may feel resistant and find it harder to put in the work needed to change.
Anxiety & Depression
Often times depression and anxiety disorder can be treated similarly. In many cases, therapy can be tailored to an individual so that it works to reduce the symptoms of both disorders.
These sentiments of total overwhelm, frozenness, and emotional dysregulation are familiar to people who have experienced trauma. When our bodies and brains go through frightening experiences in which we feel utterly powerless, we may be profoundly impacted across the various planes of our life.
A person going through a divorce may feel guilt, fear, anxiety, depression, and grief. Working with a therapist can provide a goal and rational perspective. It can arm a person with the skills to work through the difficulties of the divorce. Those who use therapy to help them get over a divorce can often benefit.
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, may help people overcome adjustment disorders. A person may meet one-to-one with a psychotherapist to work through the emotional and mental symptoms of the condition. Others may find group therapy helpful in redeveloping social and interpersonal skills.
CBT can help change negative thought patterns that develop because of stress. It is often used to help people find new ways of thinking about events that cause stress. These new ways of thinking can help reduce the impact of the stressor. Other types of therapy that can help with anxiety are often mindfulness-based.
Post Partum Depression
It may help to talk through your concerns with a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health professional. Through therapy, you can find better ways to cope with your feelings, solve problems, set realistic goals, and respond to situations positively. Sometimes family or relationship therapy also helps.
Corporate Mental Health Training Services
We create a Mental Health Support model curated by Licensed Professional Counselors to meet the emotional needs of your employees. We offer the following services to small, mid-sized, and large corporations, and each program offered is tailored to meet the needs of your corporation:
- Wellness Programs
- HR/ER Training
- Contingency Management
- Manager Training
- Employee Training
Support The Needs Of Your Employees
After our training, you will be better prepared to support the psychological needs of your employees by:
- Reducing the Stigma associated with mental illness and substance abuse
- Increasing Mental Health Literacy across your organization
- Addressing the correlation between physical health and mental health
- Teaching the skills to safely and responsibly address a coworker’s mental health or substance use concern.
Getting Started is Easy
Free 10 Min Consultation
We will get to know each other during our brief chat before you decide to book an appointment.
Book an appointment with one of our counselors.
The initial session will be an initial assessment to discuss the client’s history and treatment needs.
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