Choices 4 Change Counseling
EMDR- EMDR stands for “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing”. It is a total free association across the client’s life span past, present, and future. It focuses on the brains ability to learn taking your past experiences and linking them to present information.
Brainspotting allows the client to access the different areas of the brain that are engaged in regulation and move past the areas that are not.
People can become addicted to drugs or alcohol but they can also become addicted to gambling, sex, or even shopping or food. Let us help you explore your lifestyle and see where you can make positive changes to overcome your addictions.
Anger is a learned behavior so if you learn to be angry you can also learn to control your anger. Let Choices 4 Change help you learn more about why you get angry and how you can control your anger.
DV Choices 4 Change will work with the survivor of the domestic violence to overcome the trauma of the past. We also work with the perpetrator to stop the behavior from continuing.
If depression has changed your life and you lost all motivation to do things for yourself let us help you find ways to make small changes to your lifestyle to help you overcome your depression.
Your heart is racing and you cannot think straight. Your stomach is upset and it feels like you’re going to explode, you might have anxiety. Let us help you identify different ways you can get control of your anxiety and get your life back on track.
From PTSD, thoughts of suicide, to problems in your relationship we can help you sort out what positive changes you can make that will have an impact on being able to overcome your past and focus on your future.
When you sow an action, you reap a habit;
When you sow a habit, you reap a character;
When you sow a character, you reap a destiny.
Payments and Insurance
Cash or Credit Card
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Tri Care West
National EAP Services
Services may be covered fully or partially by your health insurance plan. Please check with your insurance provider and ask the following questions:
Does my plan cover mental health services?
What is my deductible and has it been met?
How many sessions per year does my plan cover?
Do I get reimbursed if I see an out of network counselor? Do I need to see an in network provider?