We also have returned to in-person services when being in person may provide the greatest benefit for clients’ needs. Examples of such times are for cognitive assessments, therapy for individuals who may not have access to privacy and/or secure اینترنت connection at home, and therapy for people who are could gain better benefits from meeting in person. Therapy may involve meeting as a family, or individual meetings with parents and/or children. Therapy aimed at helping children and their parents resolve conflicts, improve school performance, reduce depression and anxiety, and build better friendships. Our clients’ concerns commonly include, but are not limited to: anxiety, depression, relationship and family problems, school problems, parenting difficulties, divorce and separation adjustment, career and personal decisions, childhood abuse, bereavement, لینک and life transitions. Bernard’s life work is helping others recover from abuse (drug, emotional, mental, physical and sexual) and or trauma (intergenerational, victimization, and/or war) as well as bereavement. One-on-one therapy with clients of all ages to help resolve life concerns, treat mental health conditions, and improve quality of life. Clients needs are assessed during an initial intake meeting to match clients to counselors with specialized skills. The first step in the process is to call us to complete a brief screening and set up an initial intake meeting. Following the initial intake appointment, your clinician will suggest a therapy approach that is matched to your treatment goals and based on the best available research on therapy effectiveness. You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. The La Salle Community Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is a community service mental health clinic operated through the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program and the Clinical Counseling Master’s Program of LaSalle University.