If you or someone you care about has a psychological, social, relationship or addiction problem, there's a place where people know how to help people heal.
This is a place where people take the time to listen, where people truly care.
Welcome to The Spring Lake Heights Counseling Center. We offer a wide range of counseling services, along with educational and therapeutic workshops aimed at healing relationships. The Center specializes in the treatment of adults and children from dysfunctional and addictive family systems. The Center provides counseling for:
Survivors of emotional, physical, sexual, or spiritual abuse. Relationship Problems Early Recovery Groups Those interested in pursuing second career vocational guidance. Those who experience co-dependency, intimacy, and relationship issues. Those who struggle with issues of compulsive, addictive, or self-defeating behavioral patterns. Those who generally experience physical illness or who have low energy from the stresses of day-to-day living. Childrens groups
About Our Groups The Center also provides on-going psychodramatic group sessions to learn coping skills, re-establish true intimacy, and relationship skills. All of our staff are trained in action methods, group therapy, and psychodrama.Our facilitators use the experiential action method of psychodrama to encourage the group process. By experiencing your personal dramas in a safe, supportive group setting you can uncover hidden issues, feelings,old roles, and patterns that would take months or even years to address in conventional one-on-one therapy. Our groups meet weekly for 90 minutes and are strictly confidential.
Locked within all of us are emotions we dare not express, secrets we dare not whisper, and experiences we dare not remember. We have pushed so many pieces of ourselves into that deep, dark space inside, that we have forgotten who we really are. The spontaneity that makes life shimmer with joy is lost to dullness and a gnawing sense that we are merely pushing through the pain of daily existence.Psychodrama brings those long-buried emotions and experiences bubbling to the surface. Through role-playing we are able to tap into those lost feelings, shed the roles that no longer serve us, welcome and actualize the person we were meant to be and the relationships we want to have.
Our need to talk, interact and simply be with each other is part of our development. Participants in psychodrama become more present, more aware and, as a consequence, more conscious. Actions on thoughts and feelings give us greater visibility to our inner worlds and greater energy to our words As you move from "talking about" into action, opportunities arise to heal the past, clarify the present and imagine the future.
Action Methods is the term used to describe visual and role-based approaches to individual and group work. These methods are derived from Psychodrama and Sociometry, which were developed originally by JL Moreno and have subsequently been applied to many contexts: organisational, educational, community.
They can be used for personal and professional work, for example job and relationship choices, conflict management, strategic planning, team building, review meetings, training and development events and community consultation.
The mission of the Center is to help heal and develop a healthy relationship between the mind, body, and spirit in a safe, gentle atmosphere filled with integrity and hope. With professional help, co-dependents can heal the past and develop effective ways of dealing with guilt, shame, depression, abuse, relationships, fear, hurt and loss, and build happier more satisfying lives. Let us take you on the gentle journey from discovery to recovery and transform the darkness into the light.
We offer experiential workshops and present an opportunities to meet with others within a group setting and explore the way that we relate to our families, ourselves, and how we see the world around us. As bigger challenges arise in relationships in the workplace, and at home, there is a a place of peace inside where we can draw our inner power and strength. You can explore through our workshops how the need for spiritual connections in life are necessary, these include: self-love, self-acceptance, clear intentions, and not being attached to the outcome. Before we can give these gifts to others, we must truly first give them to ourselves and be present, mindfully and soulfully.
Our mission is to inspire others by having a true belief of who we are through integrating psychology and spirituality. It is our desire to become co-creators and encourage others to actualize their own true potential in all aspects of their relationships.