Confidentiality is the key. Individual therapy offers the safest, most secure place imaginable to talk through the complexities of life without having to worry about how it sounds or what your therapist is thinking. They are always listening and always in your corner.
When a person is in a relationship their struggles are automatically relational. There is no better place for people in relationships to explore their lives, grow, and heal than the office of a couples therapist.
Whether you are struggling with the challenges of raising elementary students, the teen years or even beyond, your family therapist can help you discover and change the relational patterns holding your family members back from their full potential.
Intellectual abilities, behavior and emotions can benefit from neurofeedback training. The person is effectively playing a fun video game using his or her brainwaves. Eventually the brain activity is “shaped” toward more desirable, more regulated performance and life gets better.
People in group therapy improve not only from the interventions of the therapist but also from observing others in the group while receiving and giving feedback. This safe and meaningful experience is often used as a positive addition to individual therapy.
You don’t have to be an artist to benefit from art therapy. Your Art Therapist will guide you using artistic expression to help you grow, learn, and heal in ways you never thought imaginable.
Training your brain to be more mindful positively impacts your ability to regulate your emotions and can result in decreased stress, anxiety, and depression. This 4-week program offers education, practice, and space for supportive reflection in creating and maintaining a mindfulness routine in your daily life.
Grand Rapids Therapy Group offers experienced and innovative counseling and therapy services for any situation.
By creating the best possible setting to practice, GR Therapy Group ensures our therapists can provide West Michigan with the best family, individual, and couples counseling services possible.
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