Therapies We Offer

General Overview

Millions of people live with mental health disorders and addictions. With the right help though, addiction and other mental health disorders can be well managed and allow someone to live a happy and productive life. That is the goal behind the therapies we offer. They help people understand themselves and their illnesses better, foster their own personal growth and know how and when to ask for help if they need it.

The exact combination of therapies you need will be based on various factors such as past history, trauma, relationship issues, lack of motivation, addiction and other things, as well. Each person won’t respond to the same exact treatments. We work with each one of our clients to create an individualized treatment plan that includes as many different types of therapies as they need.

If you are struggling with a mental health disorder and/or addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Better Tomorrow team for help today.

Motivation Interviewing (MI)

Motivational interviewing is a therapy approach designed to assist people in finding motivation, so they can make positive changes to their behavior. It is most effective for those who aren’t sure they even need to change their behavior or who don’t know how to do so.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Processing

Eye movement desensitization and processing (EMDR therapy) is a focused, phased approach to trauma treatment. It helps to reconnect the person to safer self-thoughts, images, body sensations and emotions. After doing this, the traumatized person can start healing, have fewer triggers and feel safer in general.

Trauma Resolution

Trauma resolution therapy helps clients to remember and work through traumatic events in a controlled, safe environment. Trained, experienced therapists will help to desensitize the client when they are working through traumatic memories and thoughts. Through repetitive techniques, the healing process can begin.

Couples Therapy

The purpose of couples therapy is to help partners engage in healthier boundaries, improve intimacy, trust each other again and develop a stronger bond with one another. Many people who struggle with mental health disorders and addictions have issues in their relationships, especially with their partner. However, help is available through couples therapy.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a type of therapy that is evidence-based. In the therapy sessions, an experienced therapist will help the client to overcome interpersonal conflicts, treat personality disorders, change behaviors and work on other behavior-related issues. DBT is often useful in treating depression, mood disorders and general negative behaviors.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps people to change the way they behave. With the help of a trained, experienced therapist, you can learn to recognize and admit to your negative behaviors. Then, you can learn how to replace those behaviors with positive ones.