The Light Program provides general outpatient counseling and mental health services for adults, covering a wide range of topics from depression and anxiety to child rearing and marriage counseling.
Our staff is comprised of licensed professionals who emphasize efficient, solution-oriented treatment. Our therapists maintain flexible schedules and we have daytime, evening, and weekend availability.
The Light Program works with most health insurance plans and we will make every effort to match you with a therapist who is able to bill through your insurance.
Clinicians providing trauma therapy help clients recognize and identify how emotional and behavioral symptoms, such as flashbacks, guilt, shame, substance abuse, and a feeling of being overwhelmed, may be connected to a traumatic experience in their life. Subsequently, the clinicians helps the client identify positive coping skills, intentionally change thoughts and actions, develop strategies to reduce reactivity to the traumatic stressor(s).
Clinicians providing counseling to individuals going through divorce help clients process feelings such as grief, loss, shame, anger, confusion, and frustration as they try to rebuild their lives. Counseling can also touch on issues like co-parenting, conflict resolution, and how to support children during the divorce process. Clinicians may provide recommendations for support groups and relevant readings.
If you feel overwhelmed or disabled by grief, our clinicians can help. Clients learn how to resolve their natural reactions to loss and healthily express their emotions and thoughts while grieving. Additionally, clients learn positive coping skills as part of this process. Clinicians can provide recommendations for support groups, books about specific types of loss, and online resources.
Couples therapy helps clients recognize negative thoughts and behavioral patterns that contribute to the struggles they are experiencing. Clinicians will encourage the couple to focus on strengths in the marriage, while helping them improve both communication skills and listening skills.
Therapists who provide Christian counseling represent variety of denominations and have been trained to integrate Biblical principles within the counseling process.