Gihon Counseling Solutions

Individual and Family Therapy

​​At Gihon, we offer individual and family sessions focused on treating and managing symptoms of depression, anxiety, relationship/marital concerns, personality disorders, trauma/abuse, substance use disorders, sexual issues, anger management and irritability, stress management, parenting concerns and assistance to those who desire personal growth. Some services we offer include:

Anxiety Related Disorders

Trauma and PTSD

Personality Disorders

Mood Management

Dual Diagnosis

Co- Morbidity

Assessment and Evaluation 

Sexual Offender

Parenting Capacity

Anger Management (Specific)

Parenting Education Classes

Overall Emotional Mental Health Improvemet

We offer a variety of person-centered treatment methods which include CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) and SFBT (Solution-Focused Brief Therapy).  Therapists at Gihon are trained in
focusing on the traditional meaning of psychotherapy.  During this process, you are guided through learning about your moods, feelings, thoughts and behaviors.

Teletherapy

Often times, participating in tradiational therapy with face to face sessions is difficult due to ccertain barrieres to include scheduling conflicts/limitations, childcare challenges, illness and mobility restrictions, travel and transportation difficulties.    We offer the opportunity for teletherapy; therapy sessions provided via video conferencing.  This service allows you to engage in counseling with your individual therapist without having to travel to the office.   Contact us for more information.  

 

Licensure Supervision


The supervisory relationship is an experiential learning process that assists the supervisee in developing therapeutic and professional competence. A professional counselor supervisor who has received specific training in supervision facilitates professional growth of the supervisee through:

• monitoring client welfare
• encouraging compliance with legal, ethical, and professional standards
• teaching therapeutic skills
• providing professional experiences and opportunities
• providing regular feedback and evaluation
• promoting development of Supervisee’s professional counselor identity and competence
• fulfilling academic requirement for Supervisee’s Practicum or requirements in preparation for
supervisee’s pursuit of counselor licensure

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