In the counseling field, there are many ways of approaching disfunction. Each therapy is specially designed to benefit certain demographics of people experiencing specific dilemmas. At Co-Pilot Counseling, we follow what is called an 'Integrated Approach'. This means that we utilize aspects from multiple theories to tailor treatment to your specific needs. You are an individual and we treat you that way.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has demonstrated to be effective for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, alcohol and drug use addictions, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness. Numerous research studies suggest that CBT leads to significant improvement in functioning and quality of life.
Holistic Counseling focuses on the whole person—including physical, mental, spiritual, social, and environmental aspects. Treatment includes behavioral and attitudinal changes that promote and maintain good health and well-being. Client's participate in the healing process through diet, exercise, and other healthy practices.
Children's Therapy Room
Our specialized child therapy room allows children to learn and grow in an environment created just for them. They learn to place their worries on the worry wall and pick a coping skill from the apple tree. In children's therapy being creative is vital to assisting children in processing family disruptions while improving behavior at home and school.
Emotive Couples Therapy
Emotive Couples Therapy is a form of couples therapy based on the premise that relationship problems are most often due to thwarted fulfillment of various needs, particularly the needs for attachment and/or misunderstood communication.
Grief (Bereavement Therapy)
Bereavement Therapy involves processing the feelings and after-affects following the death of a loved one. Therapy may address separation issues, the grieving process, and how to carry on with life.
In Interpersonal Therapy, the therapist helps the client explore current and past experiences in relation not only to interpersonal reaction but also to general environmental influences on personal adaptive and maladaptive thinking and behavior.
Mindfulness-Based Counseling is the “awareness of one's internal states and current surroundings.” It is cultivated through activities such as meditation, momentary pauses, and yoga, “in which a person focuses attention on their breathing while any thoughts, feelings, or sensations are experienced freely as they arise.”