what will happen in a counseling session?
Counseling sessions at Brave Tomorrow last 45-50 minutes. What happens during a session may vary depending on the style of the counselor you are working with and what goals you have for counseling. At the first appointment, we will work together to establish goals that you want to accomplish during counseling. After that, sessions will be focused on working with you as you work toward those goals. This may include sitting and talking, completing questionnaires to gain insight, using art and other experiential techniques (read more about this on our FAQs page), working through books or workbooks, or other techniques the therapists feel will help you reach your goals.
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You can find answers to all of these questions on the FAQs page here.
Please complete these forms and bring them with you to your first session.
how long will i need to come to counseling?
The answer for this question is different for every person. Our goal at Brave Tomorrow is always to work ourselves out of a job by helping you be more independent, skilled, and confident in living your life. We want to give you the tools you need to work toward the very best version of you. For some clients, this takes only a few sessions - for others it may take years. Every person, every situation, and every life path is different. We will help you find what works best for you.
how do i schedule an appointment?
You can call Brave Tomorrow anytime at 912-225-3769. We may not answer immediately, but we will return your call as quickly as possible.
You can also send an email to email@example.com.
what things can counseling help me with?
Counseling, in general, is a way to work toward more positive mental health - to work toward the best possible version of you. Maybe this version of you struggles with feeling intense feelings in certain situations; or can't seem to figure out what path to take at this point in life; or is engaging in unhealthy behaviors to cope with stress; or is in a stressful work, family, friend, or romantic relationship; or any number of other issues.
If you come to our office, and your issue is something we are not trained to help with, we will work with you to find a mental health provider who is trained to help you.
We want to partner with you as you work toward the best possible version of you - whatever that means to you.