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What We Provide

Individual Therapy is a process where clients are able to work one-on-one with a Licensed Professional Counselor. This gives clients the opportunity to work through their challenges with therapy that is focused solely on the individual. Counselors believe in empowering individuals by helping facilitate change and overall improving the client's quality of life. 


Family Therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on the needs of the family. Working on family challenges in counseling is beneficial because it provides a structured environment to learn new ways to function as a healthy unit. Family therapy targets a variety of concerns for families of all sizes. At times, family therapy is coupled with individual therapy to ensure each individual is getting their needs met. 


Group Therapy is a form of therapy which allows clients to interact, express, and process their issues and feelings about a specific topic with a group of peers who are facing similar challenges. One or more therapists will always facilitate groups to ensure that each meeting is in an environment of treatment. Group therapy is typically a very rewarding experience. It provides benefits that individual therapy may not give to clients. 


Case Management focuses on assessing clients to understand areas in which assistance is needed. Case Managers work to connect clients with appropriate resources and services that meet the client's needs, and to promote quality and cost-effective outcomes. All case managers are certified by the state after they are trained on how to serve their clients. 


Therapy Techniques Offered:

  • Client Centered Therapy

  • Trauma Focused Therapy

  • Tapping

  • EMDR

  • Neurofeedback

  • Play Therapy

  • Couples Counseling

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy

  • Group Therapy

  • Family Therapy

  • Integrative Therapy

Topics Addressed in Therapy:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • PTSD

  • Stress Management

  • Anger Management

  • Marriage/Divorce

  • Loss/Grief

  • Illness

  • Eating/Food Disorders

  • Disabilities

  • Domestic Violence

  • Difficult Life Changes


  • Fears

  • Rejection

Neurofeedback is an excellent form of therapy that shows real-time brain activity to teach the brain how to self-regulate when issues or concerns arise. This successful technique is used for performance enhancement and to treat a variety of problems including: anxiety, stress, migraines, mental disorders, emotional disorders, pain management, etc. To find out more click here.

The BIP is an educational program based on a model of power and control designed to help batterers stop violence and coercion in domestic violence relationships by challenging their belief system, and holding them accountable for their behavior. The program follows educational curriculum for a set amount of weeks. Participants may be court ordered or voluntary. To find out more click here.

Parenting classes can help parents learn more about parenting styles and disciplinary techniques. Parenting can be a difficult job. Classes can help parents gain needed confidence and skills to ensure healthy relationships within their family. Not all families are the same. MCC’s classes are designed to be adapted to meet a family's specific needs. To find out more click here.

Anger Management classes are designed to help individuals who feel as though their anger has become destructive to their quality of life. Anger can interfere with work, family, friendships, and so much more. Anger management can teach people how to control, and reduce their emotional and physical reactions to anger. At MCC we offer individual anger management and group classes. To find out more click here.

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