Individual & Family Counseling
Parenting Strategies & Concerns
What’s Good About Anger? - 10 — 12 week anger management program
Utilizes mindfulness strategies and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) techniques
Groups coming soon!
A reduced fee/sliding scale is available and operates on a case-by-case, as needed basis. Please contact Zach Baldridge Counseling for more information.
I am NOT paneled with ANY insurance companies. I will provide you with a detailed invoice that will include the information needed for possible out of network reimbursement, depending on your provider.
Zach Baldridge Counseling, PLLC accepts cash and all major credit cards.
Success in counseling is contingent upon the relationship between the client and therapist. Much of my focus is on creating an atmosphere in which we can build and maintain a trust filled relationship where real exploration can occur. I want to help you regain a sense of control in your life, to feel more positive throughout the day. We will set goals and develop a plan to focus on building a more ideal way of living.
We will focus on your strengths and help you learn how to maximize them in a way that creates more optimal living. Anger and anxiety gets out of hand at the times when we are not at our best, times when stress is maxed and it gets hard to think. Whether through traditional talk therapy or a more direct program, anger management counseling can help you learn how to spot your anger before it erupts. Anger management can teach you how to use your anger in a more positive way; it can even help you use your anger in a productive way! Anger management is available to both adults and teens.
Individual therapy for adults starts with an initial appointment between you and me. At this first session we will discuss what brought you to counseling. We will go over background information, office policies, limits to confidentiality, and we will discuss goals for therapy. In individual therapy I primarily utilize a “contemporary psychoanalytic” approach and often incorporate cognitive behavioral therapy techniques. I also make use of a number mindfulness practices in treatment and have training in utilizing mindfulness to manage anxiety and depression related symptoms.
For client’s under the age of 18, I require a “parent meeting” prior to starting the therapeutic relationship with the potential minor client. At this parent meeting we will go over background information, office policies, limits to confidentiality, and goals for therapy. I will then meet with the minor client for 3 to 4 sessions where I will attempt to get a better understanding of the family dynamic and presenting concerns. After these sessions I will meet back with parent(s) to discuss the treatment plan moving forward. Similar to my approach when working with adults, I utilize a “contemporary psychoanalytic” approach and incorporate CBT and mindfulness techniques.
Thank you for stopping by my website, please contact me with any questions. I look forward to speaking with you soon!
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