It’s About the People
Preferred Care Counseling is dedicated to promoting mental and emotional well being through a variety of counseling and psychological services. Each person is different and no two stories are the same. Our group of licensed counselors, social workers and psychologists each serve a variety of different ages and people from children and adolescents to adults and seniors.
Counseling is the process of resolving personal, social or psychological problems through self-awareness and guidance. This helps build confidence, lead to better relationships, solutions to life problems and significant reductions in feelings of distress. Preferred Care Counseling is experienced and knowledgeable in serving people demonstrating the following issues:
|Abusive Relationships||Attention Deficit Disorder||Conflict Resolution||Marital/Couples Problems|
|Adjustment Problems||Autistic Spectrum Disorders||Depression/Mood Disorders||Parenting Concerns|
|Alcohol & Drug Addiction||Body Image Issues||Eating Disorders||Panic Attacks|
|Anger Management||Chronic Pain||Family Problems||Stress|
|Alcohol & Drug Addiction|
|Attention Deficit Disorder|
|Autistic Spectrum Disorders|
|Body Image Issues|
Types of Services
Preferred Care Counseling provides a variety of counseling and support services through evidence-based treatments to help people achieve success during adversity and live their best life. Additional resources include consultation and continuing education courses to enhance and achieve personal goals.
This is the most common form of counseling, in which an individual meets one-on-one with a counselor in a safe, caring and confidential environment to share concerns and gain insight of how to overcome obstacles. Individual therapy allows a person to explore feelings, beliefs and behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, set personal goals and work toward a desired change.
Marriage and Family Therapy
Counselors provide guidance to couples and families who are experiencing issues that affect their mental health and wellbeing of the whole family. Marriage and family therapy brings to light the behaviors of all family members and the way these behaviors affect not only individual family members, but also relationships between family member and family unit as a whole. From there, treatment plans are developed in order to satisfy the needs of each individual and allow the family to work for the benefit and happiness of all.
Psychotherapeutic approach used to help children explore their lives and freely express repressed thoughts and emotions through play. Takes place in a safe, comfortable playroom where various rules are imposed on a child, allowing to observe choices, decisions and play style.
Employee Assistance Program
This is a work-based intervention program designed to identify and assist employees in resolving personal problems that may be adversely affecting an employee’s performance in the workplace.
Initial Incident Stress Debriefing
A form of crisis intervention that provides an initial, temporary way of responding to the needs of an individual who just experienced a critical incident. Initial incident stress debriefing is simple and brief in which a counselor works through concerns with an individual.
Psychoeducational groups or individual sessions tailored to the specific needs of a patient. These types of services are structured, set within a timeframe of sessions and curriculum based. Topics for Preferred Care Counseling’s special services have been chosen to fill specific needs that we’ve identified within the community.
Preferred Care Counseling accepts most health insurance plans, including Medicare, Medicaid and Managed Care Organizations (MCOs). Self-pay rates are available for those without health insurance coverage. All of our practitioners are certified Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) providers and we also accept workers’ compensation insurance.