Services

ITAV Counseling Services provide comprehensive outpatient services and maintain referral resources for specialized needs.

Outpatient Therapy Services Provided:

 

Marriage, Family and Relationships

We all have many different types of relationships in our lives. When seeking out therapy for our relationships, it is helpful to understand the role they play in our lives. Relationships can vary from a spouse, to parents, children, partners, and even coworkers. Sometimes we experience difficulties, conflict, or strain on one or many of these relationships ITAV offers therapy to assist people in exploring and reducing the conflict in the relationships. The goals for each person vary based on the nature of why they are seeking help. We individualize each session for the best outcomes in repairing and managing relationships. 

Child & Adolescent Individual Therapy

It Takes A Village Counseling Services provide comprehensive outpatient services and maintain referral resources for specialized needs of children, adolescents and their families. Outpatient Therapy Services Provided:
  1. Anxiety and Depression
  2. Gender and Identity
  3. Psychological Disorders
  4. Injury & Trauma
  5. Work, Education, Social & Cultural

Group Therapy

It Takes A Village Counseling Services offer group therapy programs for Adults:

  1. Anger Management
  2. Men Issues
  3. Community Support Programs

Children & Adolescent Group Therapy (Coming Soon)

It Takes A Village Counseling Services offer group therapy programs for Children & Adolescents:

Little Ones is a social skills-focused program designed to help children and adolescents who are struggling socially.  All groups meet once a quarter.  The groups are designed for those who have a diagnosis of ADHD or anxiety; however, any other diagnoses that can lead to struggling sociably for all age levels in social settings may also be appropriate.

There are 3 different groups available based upon age and developmental level. Current age groups that are offered:

Age 8 – 10        Age 11 – 12          Age 13 – 17

Parenting Classes

ITAV Parenting Classes are offered because we believe that parents should always be their children first teacher.
The classes are taught according to the family needs and goals.
Our classes are an intervention model that is “social interactional” and which allows us to focus on the family behavioral health.
In order to help our clients communicate better, sometimes daily parenting practices must be adjusted and/or in alignment with the family everyday dynamics.
If you would like more information, please call the office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Statistics show that one in four Americans have experienced anxiety or depression at some point in their life.  These symptoms are much more common than a person may think

Your sexual orientation and gender are important parts of who you are. Learning more about gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation can help you understand yourself and the world around you.

 

Every person that walks through our doors has a different story and experience. Our clinician works with everyone to address their unique needs, establish their goals and figure out the best ways to provide support. 

It can be hard to identify when an experience has become traumatic and it can be difficult to identify when to seek out support. Our clinicians work to deeply understand the trauma or injury and address each concern individually.

Whether there are difficulties and strained relationships in the workplace or in the classroom, our clinicians specialize in addressing these different environmental factors in a safe and supported environment.

There are many reasons why therapy can be beneficial for relationships:

If you are experiencing difficulties, conflict, or strain in any of your relationships with others, please contact It Takes A Village Counseling Services to see our experienced therapists. 

 

Anxiety and depression are among the top 3 most common behavioral health conditions effecting children and adolescents. These disorders are much more common than a person may think.

Sexual orientation and gender are important parts of who people are. Learning more about gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation can help a child or adolescent better understand themselves and the world around them.

Everyone that walks through our doors has a different story and experience. Our clinician works with everyone to address their unique needs, establish their goals and figure out the best ways to provide support. 

It can be hard to identify when an experience has become traumatic and it can be difficult to identify when to seek out support. Our clinicians work to deeply understand the trauma or injury and address each concern individually.

Whether there are difficulties and strained relationships in the workplace or in the classroom, our clinicians specialize in addressing these different environmental factors in a safe and supported environment.

Does your anger interfere with your:  

If the answer to any of these is yes, the Anger Management Group can help you achieve your goals for change and self-improvement.  

Our Anger Management Group is an 8-week program designed to provide help to individuals who have a history of difficulty in managing anger. 

The program provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment and teaches the “ABCs” of managing three areas where people with anger problems have difficulty:  

                                             Men's Group (Coming Soon)
The group provides participants an atmosphere of honesty and support of one another while encouraging growth and change.
The group plays the role of helping members:

  • Develop personal goals
  • Monitor and encourage progress toward achieving these goals
  • Develop insight into their problems
  • Generate possible solutions for these problems
  • Implementing and maintaining solutions

The group also help members understand:

  • Behaviors and attitudes which are ineffective in promoting positive and healthy interpersonal relationships and correct self-defeating behavior
  • Emotional motivations and conflicts
    Group members are asked to consider and evaluate their developmental history, family dynamics and to share with the group.

Each member of the group is expected to take an active role in presenting their own issues to the group, and in providing feedback and support to other members at each group meeting.

After the first group meeting, members are asked to sign a contract and to attend the group meeting for eight consecutive weeks.

At the conclusion of each eight-week cycle group members may elect to contract for additional sessions as needed.