The stigma surrounding therapy is starting to fade, but many adults remain hesitant about seeing a therapist. The truth is, there is no downside to counseling. You talk about your struggles, learn personalized solutions for them, and maintain a positive support system through your personal growth. All of this occurs in a completely judgement-free environment with the guidance of a highly-experienced specialist.
CNLD Testing & Therapy offers many forms of adult therapy, including:
- Anxiety Treatment
- Trauma Counseling
- Depression Treatment
- Family and Marriage Counseling
- Pregnancy, Perinatal and Postpartum Therapy
- Stress Management and Anger Management
- Grief and Loss Therapy
- Counseling through Life Transitions, Such as Divorce, College, Work Changes, etc.
- Addiction Counseling, Including Substance Abuse Therapy, Sex Addiction Counseling, Internet Addiction Counseling, and Gaming Addiction Counseling (as long as the condition can be treated on an outpatient basis)
We believe that therapy can be a place of hope, change and discovering solutions to one’s current problems. Working as a collaborative team, you and your therapist will define what goals you have for living the life you want to live. You are an expert about your life. Our adult therapy programs adjust to fit your specific needs. If you’d like an appointment with an adult counselor near you, contact CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466.
Comprehensive Adult Therapy for Every Aspect of Your Life
At CNLD Testing & Therapy, we strive to look at the “big picture.” You’ll receive specialized therapy for whatever your mental health needs may be, but your help won’t be limited to one category. For instance, if you come in for depression therapy, your therapist can still assist you with stress management, anxiety counseling, substance abuse therapy, or trauma recovery. Our comprehensive approach gives you the best opportunity to move forward towards a better quality of life.
Your therapist will help you consider how your relationships, behaviors, beliefs and community may contribute to problems and solutions. Our clinicians are comfortable working with anyone regardless of their gender, sexual orientation or identity, race, religion, and ethnicity.