Unresolved mental health issues can cause a variety of negative side effects in your life. Fear, grief, isolation, and other mental health problems prevent many from living life to the fullest. Effective therapy helps improve a variety of factors in your life: you can feel prepared for challenges, change behaviors that might hold you back, consider ways of thinking that affect how you feel, heal pains from the past, build relationship skills, and more.
What Types of Therapy We Offer
Every patient requires a customized approach to give them the best results. We employ a number of therapy options so you get what you need. Our therapy options include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations & Treatment Planning
- Outpatient Therapy for Children & Adults
- Clinical Hypnosis
- Art Therapy
- Depending on your needs, we will determine which type of therapy would be best for you.
Common types of therapy that we offer
Mental health issues present themselves in a myriad of ways; a large variety of psychological treatments have been developed as a result. There are many different types of therapy, and the effectiveness of each varies from patient to patient. At Complete Behavioral Health, our providers work with you to develop an effective treatment plan that resolves lingering emotions and helps you learn how to deal with anxiety, depression, or other mental health challenges. You may encounter one (or a combination) of these therapy types for your treatment.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has two main functions: to help you develop healthy beliefs about your life and helps you learn to take constructive actions. Certain behaviors can stem from things you learned in your past, and these behaviors can cause distress or dysfunction in your life. CBT helps replace these with more beneficial behaviors. This therapy often involves homework or work outside of the therapy session. It often works well for depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder, but it can also be used for other various conditions.
Interpersonal therapy focuses largely on improving interpersonal relationships and helping a person express emotions in healthy ways. It addresses current issues rather than developmental ones. This therapy approach often works well for depression. A variation of this therapy is called “interpersonal and social rhythm therapy” and often helps treat bipolar disorder by developing a daily schedule that supports recovery.
Family therapy, much like it sounds, helps couples and family members communicate, handle conflicts, and solve problems better. This type of therapy helps families and couples in intimate relationships nurture change and development. Family therapy tends to view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members. Forms of family therapy often are used for treating eating disorders and bipolar disorder.
Hypnotherapy, or clinical hypnosis, is a type of therapy in which hypnosis is used to heighten focused attention and bring about a state of increased suggestibility (also called a trance) to treat a medical or psychological disorder or concern. When facilitated by a qualified hypnotherapist, hypnotherapy is often used to treat trauma, phobias, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, performance enhancement, memory and concentration issues, addiction, speech disorders, and other issues.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of therapy that is designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories. The therapy incorporates the use of eye movements and other forms of rhythmic stimulation (such as tones or taps). While the patient briefly focuses on the trauma memory and simultaneously experiences bilateral stimulation (BLS), the vividness and emotion of the traumatic memory are reduced. EMDR is often used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.
Art therapy enriches lives through active art-making, creative processes, and applied psychological theory within a psychotherapeutic relationship. When facilitated by a professional art therapist, art therapy improves cognitive and sensorimotor functions, fosters self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivates emotional resilience, and enhances social skills.
How Complete Behavioral Health can help
Therapy is about more than talking about feelings: it’s about developing a specially formulated plan that puts you on the best possible life path. An active approach to therapy is paramount to treatment success: an experienced mental health professional works with you to put a tailored plan together. Our therapists are licensed and highly qualified, using their education and skills to treat the issues creating roadblocks in your life.
Despite popular belief, everyone can benefit from therapy, and the seasoned providers at Complete Behavioral Health are standing by to help citizens of Omaha and other areas develop the skills to help them on their way to good health and peace of mind.
Who We Help
We serve a wide range of people, both old and young. Everyone can experience trauma and emotional difficulties, which means we have no limit to the age or unique challenges of any patient. We have helped those dealing with:
- Developmental Disability Assessments
- Substance Abuse Assessment & Therapy
- Gender Identity or Transition
- Juvenile Probation Evaluations & Therapy
- For each patient, we conduct an initial assessment and then work to find the best treatment solution.
Who We Are
Our team of licensed mental health therapists has helped numerous patients reach a healthy state of mind through our focused and caring services. Whatever you’re struggling with, let us help you find peace.