Reach 2 Empower, Inc provides counseling to individuals, couples and families by appointment only. We are pleased to offer counseling in the following areas:
Anger Management Anxiety Bereavement Communication Depression Grief
Infidelity Life Transitions Loss Low Self Esteem Marital Issues Men’s Issues
Parenting Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) School Related Problems
Stress Management Trauma Women’s Issues Work Related Issues
Individual Counseling is a process through which clients work with a trained licensed counselor/therapist one-on-one in a safe, caring, confidential and non judgmental environment to explore their feelings, beliefs and/or behaviors, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others around them as well as to set personal goals.
Individuals seek counseling for an array of reasons. These reasons can range from coping with everyday challenges to dealing with depression, anxiety, low self esteem, anger, parenting issues as well as work related issues to desiring personal growth and self-knowledge.
Couples Counseling assists couples of varying types recognize and resolve conflicts in order to improve their relationship. Couples counseling normally involve both partners, however, only one partner may choose to work with a counselor/therapist individually. The main focus of couples counseling is to put the couple in a safe environment with a neutral person who will be able to help the couple decipher what is happening in the relationship. By doing so, the couple is then able to effectively talk about the issues and work towards a solution.
Family Counseling refers to having one or both parents and at least one child together during a session. This form of counseling tends to strengthen the family unit by allowing each member to rely on one another to work towards desired family changes. Family counseling allows the family to explore roles, rules and behaviors that contribute to internal and external conflict. Additionally, family counseling can help pinpoint specific concerns and assess how the family is handling the situation.