Associates in Behavioral Counseling
ABC offers the highest quality of care and counseling for individuals, families, and couples in Delaware County and surrounding counties. With over 75 years of combined experience, our team has assisted numerous clients with overcoming many of life’s challenges. Whether your child is misbehaving in school or your marriage is fracturing under stress, our professional counseling can help you get your life back into focus.
A process where a trained therapist will work one-on-one with a client to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors and identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change to better understand themselves and others.
Therapy helps kids work on developing problem-solving skills and teach them the importance of seeking help. Therapy helps kids cope with stress as well as with many different emotional and behavioral issues.
Parents and children or relatives attend therapy sessions together to be in a safe and comfortable space in which to address the thoughts, feelings, and emotions experienced by all members.
Couples counseling provides support for people in relationships who may be considering separation or seeking improved intimacy and understanding of one another. In couples therapy the focus is the relationship, but each partner will also work on self-awareness and personal improvement.
Adolescents are constantly in the process of developing the social and emotional skills necessary to lead them into healthy and happy lives. When adolescents experience emotions or engage in behaviors that interfere with their happiness and ability to grow, they may benefit from meeting with a therapist
Eye Movement-Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an empirically supported treatment modality that assist individuals in reprocessing distressful events. Unlike traditional talk therapy, it utilizes bi-lateral movements to ground the person in the present while allowing the mind to work on the distressful memory. It is based on the Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) model, which concludes that the human brain naturally wants to solve problems.
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