Services

 

Collaborative Counseling Center (CCC) is not an organization with a hierarchy of employees from boss to entry level provider. Instead, we’ve created a practice of several individual therapists working privately for themselves in a shared professional space. Although each therapist has been invited to join the practice based on their high level of professional standards, they work as separate entities.

Each therapist hired at CCC strives to provide the highest ethical standard of care, to work within their appropriate scope of expertise, and agrees to maintain a professional standard of excellence that protects the dignity of all clients. All care providers welcome your questions and address them directly.

Visit CCC’s “Who We Are” page and click the biography links to learn more about each provider’s clinical background, training, approaches, and modalities. We want you to connect with the therapist who fits your needs. Each of our therapists has their unique approach to therapy, works from a trauma-informed approach to care, and has varied specializations. They bring with them a wealth of  knowledge and clinical experience that all work together to enhance and enrich the depth and effectiveness of the support services they provide.

 

Services we Offer

All services are available for children, adolescents, and adults

  • Individual Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Consultations

 

Approaches

 

Multidisciplinary Resources

The following is a list of Professionals with whom we maintain professional relationships to serve clients comprehensively:

  • Project Harmony
  • CASA
  • Foster Care Specialists
  • Guardian Ad Litem
  • Case Workers
  • Physicians
  • Psychologists
  • Teachers/School Specialists
  • Speech Pathologists

 

Therapeutic Modalities

 

Problematic Behaviors in Children

Although each clinical therapist at CCC is a private practioner with unique credentials and ways if working, all our current therapists have a background in working with behavioral obstacles with children ages 4-11 in an intensive outpatient and outpatient setting. This collective background lends itself to strategies and behaviorally-focused supports that serve both children and caretakers in addressing obstacles as compassionately and quickly as possible. We understand how disruptive it can be when a child is struggling to fold into the norms and expectations at home, in school or in the community.

 

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