Mental Health Services at Mind & Spirit Counseling Center
A holistic approach to mental health care, advocacy and education.
Mind & Spirit Counseling Center offers services to address your mental health needs. Our dynamic team of 25+ multidisciplinary clinicians provides mental health clinical services, spiritual direction and robust clinical training to mental health professionals entering the field.
Telehealth appointments are an option if you prefer a virtual yet HIPAA compliant option.
Professional assistance in coping with personal problems, including emotional, behavioral, vocational, marital, educational, rehabilitation, and life-stage (e.g., retirement) problems.
The medical specialty concerned with the study, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, behavioral, and personality disorders.
Psychological testing and evaluation consists of a series of tests that help determine the cause of mental health symptoms and disorders, to determine the correct diagnosis and follow up with the appropriate course of treatment.
Leadership & Spiritual Life
Spiritual direction is a privileged time and space to reflect with another about your spiritual life. It is the art of sacred listening carried out in the context of a one-to-one trusting relationship. A spiritual director “companions” you in uncovering a spiritual presence in your life. As a process, spiritual direction involves slowing down, being quiet and learning to tune into the guidance of a divine spirit within.
We are here to help you with…
- Anxiety, Depression, Emotions
- Bipolar Disorder
- Chronic or Terminal Illness
- Eating Disorders
- Family or Team Conflict
- Grief or Loss
- Identity Issues
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Parenting Issues
- Personal & Professional Development
- Pregnancy & Postpartum
- Sexual Abuse
- Substance Abuse
- Spiritual Enrichment
The Center is an outpatient mental health services provider dedicated to serving individuals from all walks of life.
Individual counseling, therapy and medication management across many types of issues and needs, including spiritual direction.
Children & Adolescents
Children Overcoming the Obstacles of Life (C.O.O.L.) is the Center’s program for children and adolescents that provides mental health services through experiential approaches to counseling, therapy, evaluation, testing and medication management.
Couples & Families
Marriage counseling, family counseling, premarital counseling, divorce mediation.
Support for gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, gender dysphoria.
Leaders & Teams
Trust building, professional development, spiritual enrichment, conflict transformation, suicide awareness, child protection assessment training, ethical boundary training and clergy/congregational consultation.
The Center provides a full range of treatment options to meet the needs of our clients.
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy components
- Interpersonal Therapy
- Prescriptions & Medication Management
- Spiritual Counseling
Request an appointment with a qualified clinician.
Need help understanding differences in mental health professionals?
We understand it can be confusing when you hear the various phrases used when describing various aspects of mental health. We can help you navigate. Here’s a quick guide, as defined by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
Counselors, Clinicians, Therapists
These masters-level health care professionals are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health and use therapeutic techniques based on specific training programs. They operate under a variety of job titles, including counselor and therapist, based on the treatment setting. Working with one of these mental health professionals can lead not only to symptom reduction but to better ways of thinking, feeling and living.
Clinical Social Workers
Clinical social workers are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health and use therapeutic techniques based on specific training programs. They are also trained in case management and advocacy services.
Psychiatrists are licensed medical doctors who have completed psychiatric training. They can diagnose mental health conditions, prescribe and monitor medications and provide therapy. Some have completed additional training in child and adolescent mental health, substance use disorders or geriatric psychiatry.
Psychologists hold a doctoral degree in clinical psychology or another specialty such as counseling or education. They are trained to evaluate a person’s mental health using clinical interviews, psychological evaluations and testing. They can make diagnoses and provide individual and group therapy. Some may have training in specific forms of therapy like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and other behavioral therapy interventions.
Learn more about our dynamic team of multidisciplinary clinicians.
The Center includes a multidisciplinary team of 25+ licensed clinicians holding master’s or doctoral-level degrees who provide clinical and holistic services to individuals from all walks of life using an integrated approach to mental health, caring for body, mind and spirit.