When issues exist in your relationship with your intimate partner, your entire wellbeing can be negatively impacted. Nemeth Counseling offers a proven couples counseling program over the course of 8 weeks, based on the work of John Gottman. The program is divided into two phases. The first phase will involve a full assessment of the dynamics and complexities of your relationship, and is used to make recommendations for growth and improvement. In the second phase, Solution Focused Therapy is used to create specific goals and interventions for your relationship, and to create a plan that quantitatively measures progress. By the end of the program, you will have increased insight about the nature of your relationship and individualized solutions to help sustain success.
Executive Couples Program
The executive couples program is now being offered by owner and CEO, Chris Nemeth, LISW-S, an architect of the program. The executive couples program makes use of the same model as our couples program, but is offered at an accelerated pace in the form of a two day retreat. Phase 1 and Phase 2 will be scheduled on two separate Saturdays from 8am to 1pm, and include the following:
Price per Phase: $500*
*The executive couples program is not an insurance-based service.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
For clients who are struggling with the lasting negative impacts of overwhelming traumatic events, Nemeth Counseling offers an evidence-based treatment modality called EMDR. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy allows the brain’s information processing system to naturally heal itself, much like the body naturally heals after a physical injury. The practice utilizes bilateral stimulation to mimic the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) that occurs during sleep. When combined with visualization, individuals are able to process experiences that were not processed at the time of the targeted memory. This
of the memory allows for the transformation of the meaning of distressing events. Although the treatment was established to address trauma and PTSD, EMDR can be used to treat an array of adverse life experiences, including anxiety, complicated grief, phobias, dissociative disorders, performance anxiety, body dysmorphic disorders, personality disorders, stress reduction, and more.
Trauma Program for Children (TFCBT)
Children and adolescents often face challenges resulting from unexpected or traumatic experiences in their lives. Nemeth Counseling offers a research-based counseling program that is proven to help. Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) utilizes assessment, education, and coping skills to prepare the child or adolescent to create a narrative, or life story, to process the thoughts and feelings related to the distressing event(s). TFCBT includes the use of parent sessions to facilitate healing and success outside of counseling. The traumatic events this program can provide assistance for include parental divorce, loss of a loved one, physical and sexual abuse, neglect, bullying, and many others. This program is offered for children and adolescents ages 4 to 18.
Youth ADHD Assessment
A formal ADHD diagnosis can not only provide answers to your questions about your child's behavior, but can also open the door for the treatment needed to take your child down a path to a healthier and more balanced life. The Nemeth Counseling Youth ADHD Assessment program uses a carefully crafted combination of assessments and interviews in order to provide the most accurate and evidence-based diagnosis for your child. This assessment is for children under the age of 18.
The Youth ADHD Assessment uses a combination of clinical interviews and testing, which together paint a vivid picture of the child's experience. The program gives parents the opportunity to meet with the clinician alone in order to speak freely about their concerns, the child's behavior, and to allow the clinician to evlauate the onset of symptoms. The clinician will also meet with the child individually to assess for presenting symptoms, to gain insight into the child's experience, and to verify the degree of impairment. The clinician will then present the findings to the parents, who will be able to ask questions and create a plan for further treatment, if necessary.