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Talk Therapy

Counseling and Psychotherapy

Counseling and Psychotherapy — or simply talk therapy — is a collaborative effort between therapist and patient to establish treatment goals and develop strategies and solutions to meet those goals.

People choose to enter talk therapy for a variety of reasons. They may have recognized the need to change some problematic behaviors. They may desire to improve important relationships in their life, such as a marriage or parenting relationship. Other people desire to learn how to better cope with difficult feelings such as anxiety or sadness. Some people find themselves struggling with a difficult life circumstance — such as grief or major life transition — and could use some help with learning how to move forward. While there are myriad personal reasons for entering talk therapy, the hopeful result is universally the same:  To lead a richer and more fulfilling life.

At Aris clinic, our mental health professionals are trained to work with individuals, families and groups to establish goals and utilize evidence-based practices to help people begin living a richer and more fulfilling life.

In-Person and Telehealth Talk Therapy Sessions

Through in-person or telehealth sessions, Aris Clinic provides individual therapy for youth and adults, as well as family therapy sessions. We currently have appointment times available for new patients.

Talk Therapy

Get Started

Download and complete the New Patient Registration admissions form to get started. After that, submit your form to Aris Clinic. We’ll review your form and contact you to schedule a consultation.

School Year Program

A structured, yet nurturing day of therapy, medication management and educational services in place of the regular school day.

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Summer Program

A structured half-day program with psychiatry, medication management and group therapy.

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1 in 5 children ages 13-18 in the U.S. need mental health services; only 20% are likely to receive professional help

Source: National Institute of Mental Health