- Behavioral Issues
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Conflict Resolution
- Eating Disorders
- Life Transitions
- Peer Pressure/Conflict
- Relationship Issues
- Self Esteem
- Social/Academic Difficulties
- Weight Management
At Comprehensive Wellness, we offer patients a wide variety of options to address your concerns. Our expert team will work together to put together a plan that is right for you.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive-behavioral therapy involves learning to recognize negative thoughts and working to replace them with positive thoughts. This therapy is used to treat disorders that affect physical and mental well-being, including: depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and insomnia.
Therapy can help improve family relationships by coaching you to communicate more effectively. It teaches healthier ways to resolve conflicts that come up in everyday life and to resolve major disagreements that occur between family members.
Couples therapy facilitates better communication to reduce tension and improve overall relationships. It provides an opportunity to address issues that cause conflict and a chance to work through them. Couples grow closer as they learn effective ways to handle disagreements.
Our therapists have expertise in child development and are specially trained to work with teens and children. Therapy can build helpful thinking patterns and healthy behavioral habits that helps those who are going through tough times, including difficulties with family, school, social situations, and health.
Certified Child Life Services
Certified Child Life Specialists work with infants, children, youth, and families to cope with the stress and uncertainty of illness, injury, and treatment. They provide evidence-based, developmentally and psychologically appropriate interventions to reduce fear, anxiety, and pain.
Medical Hypnotherapy allows patients to focus intently on a specific problem and its resolution, while maintaining a comfortable state of physical relaxation. It also helps patients to enhance control over their body responses.