Mental Health Counseling
HELP Therapist specializes in mental health counseling for for many disorders.

HELP Therapists specialize in mental health counseling for mental health disorders – self-referred (people who are trying to get mental health counseling for themselves) or to get help for those close to them struggling with a number of disorders.

The Importance of Mental Health Counseling

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 26.2% of Americans ages 18 and older suffer from a diagnosable mental disorder each year, making these disorders the number one cause of disability in the U.S.

These mental health disorders include conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, specific phobias, eating disorders, and substance abuse disorders – just to name a few.

Mental health counselors provide therapy and support for individuals and families trying to adapt to the changes the impact on their lives. Sometimes mental health counseling requires that counselors refer clients to doctors, such as psychiatrists or psychologists. But in most cases, mental health counseling helps the majority of individuals and families set goals, establish behaviors required to meet the goals, and monitors the sequence of behaviors that lead to successful goal attainment.

Depression
Anxiety
Stress Management
Agoraphobia
Adjustments to Illness & Other Life Changes
Bereavement
Chronic Illness & Pain Management
Issues Associated with Cancer
Medical Issues
Addictive Behaviors
Mood Disorders
Development Disabilities
Communication Problems
Disabled
Mood Disorder
Court Ordered Therapy and Assessments
Group Therapy
Case Management
Grief and Loss
Hoarding
Hypnosis
Military Families
Mindfulness Based Therapy
Autism and ADHD
OCD and Panic Disorder
LGBT Issues
PTSD
Elder Abuse
Relationship Issues
Postpartum Blues and Depression
Severely Mentally Ill
Care-giving Counseling
Domestic violence
AIDS/HIV
Trauma
Couple and Family Counseling
Alcohol/Substance Abuse
Child Behavioral & Learning Concerns
Neuropsychological Assessments For Capacity, Dementia and Other Tests
Psychological Evaluations for SCS and Pain Pump
Adolescents and Young Adults