Therapy, Psychiatry, and Mental Health Counseling in West Bloomfield, MI
We all experience pain, loss, frustration, turmoil—but we don’t all take the time to deal with these painful experiences. And we don’t always know how to deal with them either. If this is true for you, consider working with a counselor, psychiatrist, psychologist, or therapist at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI in Oakland County. These professionals are experts in the mental health field and they want to help you live better.
If you see the value in partnering up with a mental health professional and you are looking for therapy near Bloomfield Hills, call Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI.
You will reach a scheduling specialist who will help you set up an appointment at your earliest convenience. They will ask you a few basic questions to understand which provider can best help you and your unique situation, and then they will present you with different scheduling opportunities, including evening and weekend sessions as well as online therapy appointments. You can reach us at (248) 716-7057.
What Is Therapy? Who Can Benefit?
Mental health professionals, like therapists, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, and life coaches help people improve overall wellbeing.
Therapy, specifically, can help people with many different problems, including mental illness, relationship issues, stress, and more. Therapists and psychologists help their clients to eliminate or manage the challenge at hand to produce better mental health and wellbeing. To get a better idea of when therapy can help, here is a list of common issues discussed with a therapist or counselor:
- Symptoms of depression or anxiety
- Addiction management and recovery
- The death of a loved one
- Effects of trauma
- Low self-esteem
- Stress at work
- Marital strife
- Struggles in parenting
Your presenting problem will help to determine which therapy type will be the most effective. For example, the counselors, psychiatrists, and therapists at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI have different specialties including depression therapy, child therapy, family therapy, couples counseling, life coaching and so on.
If you are experiencing any of the above issues or are looking for therapy, reach out to Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI. We want to help you overcome your challenge(s) and thrive in life, in in-person counseling or online therapy.
How Does Therapy Work?
When you schedule a therapy appointment with your therapist at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI, they will first get to know you and your unique situation, including the challenge(s) at hand as well as your needs and goals for therapy. Then, your therapist or counselor will design treatment to best help you manage or resolve this problem. This might involve talking about tough subjects and learning new techniques for dealing with stressors.
For example, if you and your partner started work with a couples counselor, they would first ask about what has brought you into counseling. Then, they would get to know you (individually and as a pair) and work each session to help you and your partner resolve the issue(s) in your relationship. The ultimate goal here would be to help you and your significant other create a happier, healthier relationship.
Additionally, therapy might be short-term or long-term. Regardless, you can rest assured that your information and everything you share with your therapist, counselor, or psychologist is confidential at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI.
How Does Psychiatry Work?
Psychiatry works much like therapy or counseling, but with one key difference: Psychiatrists can prescribe medication to help treat mental health conditions. The licensed psychiatrists at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI can meet with clients via online counseling sessions to discuss symptoms, medications, and medication management. Each treatment plan is individualized to the client’s specific goals and needs.
Looking for Therapy? Schedule a Session at Thriveworks in West Bloomfield, MI
If you are ready to schedule an appointment with a therapist, psychiatrist, counselor, social worker, psychologist, or life coach, reach out to our office today. We have experts on staff who want to help you live a better life, whether that means learning to manage a mental illness, finding motivation at work, or improving your relationship with your significant other. Whatever it is, we want to help you overcome it and live a happier, healthier life.
To schedule an in-person or online therapy appointment, give us a call at (248) 716-7057. We hope to hear from you soon.