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WHAT WE OFFER
Mindfulness Therapy is designed to increase awareness in the here and now. The goal is to learn to live in and appreciate the moment. Attention is paid to the present, not to previous feelings and emotions and not to thinking about what may or may not happen in the future.
Transpersonal Therapy is focused on the spiritual and transcendent aspects of the human experience. Attention is paid to that part of the soul that may have been lost in the process of daily living. Transpersonal therapy is designed to help you develop your innate sense of knowing what is right for you.
Motivational Interviewing is used to motivate a change in behavior. The goal is to identify a need for change, explore barriers to change, reduce ambivalence about change and design a strategy to elicit and sustain change.
Emergency psychological care focused on aiding individuals in a crisis situation. Designed to restore stability in their biopsychosocial functioning and reduce psychological trauma.
Family Systems Therapy is focused on family structure and functioning. The goal is to understand how the family functions as a unit, the individual roles within that unit and how the family dynamic is influenced by all.
Person Centered Counseling is focused on the unique needs of the client with the client taking the lead. Congruence, unconditional positive regard, and empathy characterize this approach.
Substance Abuse Counseling involves addressing the use and abuse of substances such as alcohol or drugs. The goal is to identify problematic behaviors and patterns, faulty thinking, and addiction. Focus is on the development of effective coping and treatment strategies, abstinence, and sobriety maintenance and relapse prevention. Cognitive approaches and 12 step support group may also be used.
Jungian Analysis is an analytical approach based on theories developed by Carl Jung. This approach utilizes the concepts of archetypes, the collective unconscious and personality typology. Designed to enhance overall awareness and development of optimal self.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy focused on the way thoughts, beliefs, and emotions influence behavior. The goal is to counter negative thinking and engage in proactive behaviors to promote positive change.
Feminist therapy seeks to help women develop empowerment through the examination of the universal female experience and the social, political, cultural and sexual realities of women.
Multicultural Counseling considers the norms, customs, and collective experience of your ethnic or cultural identity. This approach respects your culture as a part of who you are without making assumptions about your beliefs, lifestyle, and preferences.
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) is focused on the client’s present and future goals. Time is not spent on examining past experiences but on assessing abilities, identifying goals, and designing a strategy to successfully reach goals.
Anger Management Therapy is designed to identify the presence of anger, the underlying reasons for anger, develop strategies to end angry outbursts, learn the appropriate way to express anger, and use effective conflict resolution strategies.
Faith Based Therapy incorporates theology into the therapeutic process. It is designed to help the client access their faith to promote healing and well being.
Narrative Therapy is a collaborative approach designed to provide clarity through the disclosure of personal stories including trauma with goal of achieving enlightenment, developing strength and skills, and exacting positive change.
You may ask yourself how can counselors help my business? We are experts at understanding people. We understand goals and we know the strategies that must be employed to build a professional, cohesive, and productive team. We can help you create the business you’ve always wanted by providing you with services that will help you identify talented candidates, establish protocol, create a harmonious work environment, and retain dedicated employees. Additional services include: Professional Consulting & Coaching, Workplace Polices & Procedures Development, Employee Handbook Development, Screening & Drug Testing, Team Building, Critical Incident Stress Debriefings, Leadership Training, Domestic Violence Training, Workplace Diversity Training, Workplace Violence Prevention Training, and Alcohol & Drug Abuse Training. Zen Imago PLLC participates in community events that educate the general public about mental & emotional health issues, addiction issues, anger and domestic violence.
Zen Imago, PLLC Career Development Coaching Includes:
Personality and Career Assessment
Professional Image Development
Interview Readiness Preparation
Zen Imago, PLLC provides comprehensive career counseling aimed at helping you understand your personality and interests so that you can get the career you want!
We began by assessing your interests and skills. We take the time to learn about your past work experiences so that you may avoid previous mistakes and maximize your potential! Next, we help you identify those areas that need improvement and what you can do to increase competency in your chosen field. We help you create a professional image and profile by developing your personal style and online and social media persona! Finally, we help you construct a résumé that highlights your abilities and attracts employers so you can land interviews! Let us help you become the professional you want to be! The workforce is competitive but you can become a champion!
Zen Imago, PLLC is committed to addressing the needs of those struggling with addiction. While we are concerned with addressing the needs of those addicted to illicit and prescription drugs, we understand that those suffering from acute and chronic pain may have unique needs related to being diagnosed with a disorder with pain as a characteristic.
We understand that there are many factors that may contribute to chemical dependency/drug addiction. We seek to aid in helping those who have developed a physical dependency on drugs, those who recreationally abuse substances, and those who are active users and abusers as well as those who are in recovery.
When addressing the needs of those who are struggling with addiction we typically employ the use of an eight week model detailed below.
Have the client undergo a complete physical (physician) and psychological (licensed psychologist) assessment to diagnose any physical and/or psychological conditions that may contribute to the client’s drug abuse/chemical dependency. Determine if dual diagnosis exists.
All potential clients must undergo screening to determine if the client is appropriate to receive services from Zen Imago, PLLC or if they are in need of a referral.
Intake and Assessment: Complete appropriate documents. Determine if the client is using a drug(s) to deal with pain. Determine if the client has developed an addiction to a particular drug(s).
Initial Treatment Planning: Match client to treatment. Determine if inpatient or outpatient treatment is necessary.
Continued Assessment and Treatment Planning: Individualize treatment by identifying goals and objectives, evaluating client strengths and weaknesses, personal history, use/abuse patterns and committing the client to work towards retention.
Counseling: Begin psycho-social treatment. This may include participation in Twelve Step Programs, individual counseling, and group therapy. For those living with pain, this may include group meetings with others who are also dealing with pain related drug abuse.
Counseling and Client Education: Discuss the effects of medications that are prescribed as a part of treatment. Discuss the importance of medication adherence and relapse prevention.
Counseling and Education: Discuss dual diagnosis as it relates to treatment for addiction (includes depression, suicide risk, psychosis, paranoia, pain disorders and analgesic Rx’s, violence, domestic abuse and anger management).
Counseling and Education: Discuss co-dependency. May include meeting with family/significant others. Goal is to have significant others understand the needs of the client and how they may be instrumental in helping the client maintain sobriety or abstain from drug abuse.
Referral: Goal setting and measuring treatment outcomes. Includes measures of efficacy and effectiveness, need for change of plan (if necessary), use of additional outside supportive social resources and development of a long term recovery and relapse prevention plan.
*If at any time during this eight week process the client experiences relapse or crisis an intervention will be facilitated to respond to the client’s emotional and/or physical distress.
* Case Management: The process by which the client is matched with additional services, agencies, resources and people to aid in the achievement of the client’s treatment related goals. Case management is ongoing throughout the course of treatment.
* Zen Imago, PLLC ensures comprehensive and quality care by consulting with in house staff and outside professionals who are a part of the integrated care team providing services to the client.