Teenagers are in a constant state of change & discovery. Counseling Can help. We are here to help you help them with teen focused counseling. This week’s blog breaks down the process of starting and progressing through therapy to help make it a sucess for them and your family.
Starting counseling for your child can feel harder than it should. This week’s blog helps to outline your child’s treatment journey. Where to start, what to expect, and what happens next.
This week’s blog will be the first in a series on getting to know our therapists. We will be using a question and answer format to tackle some of the most frequently heard questions we get for each counselor. We are starting this series with Michelle Lombardo, an amazing full-time therapist that has been with Angelus since 2015 and comes with a wealth of experience in working with trauma and anxiety.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy is an evidenced based treatment working with children ages 3-7 grow and change challenging behaviors. Angelus is excited to be offering this service by our PCIT certified clinician, Jill Winklevoss in BOTH our New Castle & Hermitage locations.
This week’s blog will look more deeply into these terms of ‘trauma informed care’ and how this can be best demonstrated or needed in a counseling environment.
In this month-long blog series, we will explore many areas of trauma treatment and care, starting with this week’s focus on types of traumas and the impact of trauma on the holidays
Video games can be either a great coping strategy for anxiety or one stress too many. It is all in how you play the game. Join us for an interview with our resident “gamer therapist’ Cody Currie as we explore the good and bad of how video games can impact emotions.
This week’s blog explores the benefits of seeing a Pre-Licensed therapist and how this may be a part of your healing journey.
This week’s weeks blog continues our Digging Deeper into Anxiety series. Focusing on using Tapping to manage stress & anxiety.
Continuing with our Digging Deeper into our Anxiety series, this week we focuses on how breathing can both trigger AND treat anxiety.