What’s different about Integrated Therapy Services?
Our office values the individuality of our clients and our staff. Because of this, we have designed our practice to be an accepting environment for all; our office is a place designed to feel like home – accessible, personal, and comfortable. Treatment is tailored to each and every client and approached from a collaborative and systemic perspective. Here, you are never a number. From our front office staff to our therapists, we all do our best to understand you, your concerns, and your perspective as completely as we can.
Additionally, our office strives to highlight the strengths of our therapists, including emphasizing their chosen specialties. This allows our providers to develop their passions and provide more informed, specific care for their clients. This coordination of our staff has allowed us to develop programs such as our BLOOM – Perinatal Wellness Program to address perinatal mood disorders and related concerns, our Pride Program to provide support and tailored counseling for the LGBTQ+ community, and our Resilience Group to encourage, support, and bring together LGBTQ+ teens.
In addition to specific programs, our providers bring a wide variety of specialties, trainings, and techniques to their work at Integrated Therapy Services. For a complete list, please see below, or you can look at their individual biographies at https://integratedtherapynw.com/our-providers/
Our providers are able to help you with concerns including:
ADD, ADHD, and ODD
Gender and sexuality
Grief and/or loss
Perinatal Wellness including:
- Maternal/Paternal mental health
- Infant mental health
- Anxiety and depression during pregnancy
- Postpartum anxiety
- Postpartum depression
- Perinatal loss/Loss of a child
One or more of our providers have received additional training in:
Several of our providers are also licensed as:
A mental health professional who has completed a minimum of one hundred actual hours, not quarter or semester hours, of specialized training devoted to the study of child development and the treatment of children; and
A mental health professional who has the equivalent of one year of full-time experience in the treatment of children under the supervision of a children’s mental health specialist.