Frequently Asked Questions
THINKING ABOUT COUNSELING?
Generally speaking someone should engage in therapy when there is mental pain or stress that’s stopping you from feeling as happy as you can be or getting what you want out of life.
We serve all the suburbs in and around the greater OKC area, including Norman, Yukon, Newcastle, Del City, Midwest City, and rural areas.
Yes, you can set a telehealth appointment for times you cannot meet a therapist face to face, via certain HIPPA approved platforms.
Our agency is based on mental behavioral health counseling impacting body, soul, spirit wellness. We implement a variety of new strategies and tools in every session to teach you skills to manage life more effectively.
Yes, it will. Meeting with a counselor helps because sometimes you need an outside perspective to guide and motivate you to achieve your goals. Secondly, we plan out directed paths to help you get where you need to be quickly and effectively. We work together as a team to help you reach your goals.
Counselors are trained to analyze you in a very specific manner. We are looking for patterns and trends that have kept you from achieving your goals and help unblock those pathways to help you find success.
Moreover, we have access to a great wealth of resources that have been studied and shown to work, which means we can give you tools that you may have never thought about to help you get to where you want to be.
Finding the right fit for you is important when seeking a new counselor. It is always a good idea to shop around and find a therapist with whom you can feel comfortable and safe. Then after the initial session, you will know if you can work with a counselor or not.
Absolutely. Every therapist is trained to be multiculturally sensitive. Understanding the fabric of a person is more important than any sort of judgments to be made.
No, a counselor cannot prescribe medication. If you need medication we can provide you with an appropriate referral to a psychiatrist.