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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is Mental Health Counseling?

Mental health counseling is a formal, purposeful partnership between a client and a mental health professional. It’s sometimes referred to as clinical mental health counseling; not because it’s cold and dispassionate but because it is based on sound research and uses techniques proven to be effective.

Counseling is a process of varying lengths during which a mental health counselor and a client work together to explore problems and develop the skills and mindset needed to transcend challenges and live a life of emotional health. The length of the counseling process varies depending on the individual and the mental health disorder or distress. It can continue anywhere from a few weekly sessions to months or, sometimes, years of occasional sessions.People seek counseling for many different things.

Counseling is for mental illness as well as for specific life stresses, such as a toxic workplace with a bullying boss. Counseling happens individually, in one-on-one sessions with a counselor. Additionally, people can engage in couples therapy, family therapy, or group therapy.

What Makes Us Different?

Clients have a plethora of approaches when counseling. The particular approach used depends on both the counselor’s professional preference as well as the nature and characteristics of an individual client.

Each approach has a particular focus. Mental health counseling methods can emphasize a person’s background, emotions, thoughts, behaviors, or a combination of these elements. Within each category are specific theoretical techniques.

A growing counseling approach that falls into the categories of thoughts, feelings, and behavior as well as stands strongly on its own is positive psychology.

Most counselors don’t practice one single approach but instead weave together principles of many to best fit individual clients. Approaches most likely to be used on their own include CBT, DBT, ACT, and solution-focused brief therapy.

What Are The Benefits of Mental Health Counseling?

Counseling indeed helps many people; approximately 80 percent of people in counseling reap benefits (Seligman, 2006).

When people engage in mental health counseling, they often gain:

---> Personal empowerment

---> Hope

---> The overcoming of demoralization caused by social stigma

---> Acceptance of life

---> Personal insight

---> Life skills

---> Wellness

---> Prevention of future mental health distress

---> Mental health counseling improves and even saves lives.

Seeking counseling is a sign of courage and strength because it’s an important step in taking charge of mental health and creating the life that you deserve, a life worth living.

Is Kiaya Wellness The Right Fit For You?

Kiaya may be right for you if you’re looking to improve the quality of your life. Whenever there is anything that interferes with your happiness or prevents you from achieving your goals, we may be able to help.

We also have therapists who specialize in specific issues such as stress, anxiety, relationships, parenting, depression, addictions, eating, sleeping, trauma, anger, family conflicts, LGBT matters, grief, religion, self esteem, and more.

Kiaya is not the right solution for you if any of the following is true:

---> You are a minor or you are under the care of a legal guardian

---> You are in an urgent crisis or an emergency situation

---> You were required to undergo therapy either by a court order or by any other authority

---> You do not have a device that can connect to the Internet or you do not have a reliable Internet connection


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