BLOOM - Perinatal Wellness Program
Integrated Therapy Services offers counseling specifically to address the mental and emotional health component of early parenthood. Our Perinatal Wellness Counseling is designed to help women, men, and infants with concerns ranging from postpartum depression and anxiety to infertility to traumatic birth experiences.
Pregnancy and Postpartum counseling can help new, expecting, or planning parents deal with and overcome issues including personal concerns, in addition to navigating the changes in relationships that accompany parenthood. Many parents suffer from depression, anxiety, and an inability to sleep during pregnancy or after the birth of the child.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a type of talk-therapy and a modified form of cognitive behavior therapy. The overall purpose of DBT is to learn skills to change your own behaviors and thoughts that negatively impact your life. DBT encourages a shift from “either/or” thinking to “both/and” thinking. For example, “this is really hard for me, and I’m going to keep trying.”
Integrated Therapy Services' DBT program includes weekly individual counseling sessions, weekly group sessions, and phone coaching.
Pride Program and Resilience Group
Our Pride Program is focused on providing a safe and therapeutic environment to help foster resilience and compassion with members of the LGBTQ+ community and family members. Therapists are trained in working with individuals, families, and couples in this community from a systemic perspective.
Our Resilience Group is a group designed to cater to 13-15 year olds that fall under the Pride Program umbrella. The intention of the group is to create a safe, judgment free environment for members to foster resilience to deal with mental health, relationships, and larger societal oppression.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Parent Child Interaction Training is an evidence-based treatment using very specific, step-by-step, live coaching sessions with both the caregiver and the child. PCIT places emphasis on improving the quality of the relationship and changing negative interaction patterns.
It is a family centered treatment approach tailored for each parent and child’s specific needs. Parents are taught specific skills to use with their child to establish, improve, or maintain a nurturing and secure relationship while increasing their child’s positive behavior and decreasing negative behavior.