Therapy We Offer

Therapy We Offer

“If you’re always trying to be normal you will never know how amazing you can be.” ~ M.  Angelou

CCM Counseling & Wellness therapists serve as compassionate listeners as they engage with clients. Being seen and heard contributes to a person feeling valued. Being reminded that you matter and are valued is a key step to connecting to your “amazing” self.

Dealing With Difficulties

People turn to therapy to develop healthy approaches to life’s concerns:

  • Depression
  • Relationships
  • Anger Management
  • Trauma Processing
  • Abuse
  • Marriage/family
  • Financial
  • Anxiety
  • Addictions
  • PTSD
  • Stress
  • Grief
  • Communication
  • Eating Disorders

Struggling With Pressures in Life

Counseling addresses thoughts and feelings expressed by clients:

  • I’m tired of feeling so stressed.
  • I just want the anxiety to go away.
  • I feel depressed about my life.
  • All we do is argue.
  • Why am I so angry all the time?
  • I’m worried about…
  • I don’t know who to trust.
  • If only had tools to manage this.

Pathway to the

Best Version of You

Perhaps these thoughts describe your experience. If so, we ask you to consider our invitation to focus on the pathway these thoughts create, not on the problem itself. The phrases above are pathways to the best version of yourself.

noun: pathway; plural noun: pathways

  1. a way that constitutes or serves a path
    • a way of achieving a specified result; a course of action

Custom Approach to Counseling

In our experience, a one-size-fits-all method of counseling is limiting. Therefore, our therapists customize sessions to meet clients’ needs. As professional counselors with years of experience, CCM Counseling & Wellness understands how clients achieve lasting success.

Therapists us various interventions:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Christian counseling
  • Guided imagery/visualization
  • Meditation
  • Body-focused practices
  • Life coaching strategies
  • Mindfulness practices
  • Screening assessments

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a widely used and evidenced-based type of therapy. CBT is based on this insight: What we think affects how we feel, which influences what we do. In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, counselors help clients identify nonproductive thinking patterns about themselves, others, or the world. Afterwards, counselors help clients heal and replace these patterns with new patterns and self-supporting thoughts. The Circles of Life describes a CBT intervention used by the therapists at CCM Counseling & Wellness.

The Circles of Life

Log showing rings

Unique to CCM Counseling & Wellness is the enlightening approach to discover who we are. This approach, called Circles of Life, changes and enriches a person’s life. Creator Marcia Thompson used Circles of Life effectively and successfully with clients for 30 years.

Circle patterns can be found many places in nature. In this case, these circles tell the story of the tree and its environment. Besides the age of the tree, the circles give insight into the growing conditions experienced by the tree. The circles reflect drought or adequate moisture. To the expert eye, the circles reveal when the tree endured climatic trauma, disease, or a long growing season.

The Circles of Life tool helps us connect to our personal story. It helps us understand why we do what we do and why we respond the way we do. The tool also outlines a road map for lasting change. Circles of Life helps people uncover thinking patterns that no longer serve them well. In turn, they develop healthier thinking patterns that sustain positive growth and change. Circles of Life is easy to understand, non-blaming, and biblically sound.

Complementary Therapies

cartoon fence turning into birds flying away - therapy

Psychologist Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, author of “The Body Keeps the Score,” documents the importance of expanding therapy beyond traditional talk therapy. Clients often benefit from some form of trauma processing, inner child healing, mindfulness practice, energy healing, or body-centered work. Complementary Therapies enrich a person’s therapy experience. Check them out for yourself.

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