Mental Health Therapy
WHAT IS MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY?
Mental Health Therapy consists of a variety of psychotherapy, family therapy, interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral treatments for several different types of mental health disorders. Many people diagnosed with mental illness achieve strength and recovery through participating in individual or group treatment. There is no one-size-fits-all treatment and it is important that the right treatment, or combination of treatments, be chosen that works best for the patient and their situation.
Meet Nathalie Donny (MA, LMHC, CCSOTS)
As a State Licensed Mental Health Counselor with years of therapy experience, and several special mental health certifications, Mrs. Donny provides the highest level of care necessary to meet the needs individuals who may be experiencing a variety of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety or just struggles with the day-to-day stresses of life. Mrs. Donny also has an extensive background working with both trauma and sexual abuse patients, as well as patients who struggle with anger management.
During treatment, Mrs. Donny provides her clients with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to assist them when they return to their daily life. She’s committed to providing a safe, confidential and non-judgmental place where patients can feel comfortable discussing their issues. Her caring and supportive approach will assist the patient with processing life’s issues and help them find emotional healing and personal growth. As a bi-lingual and bi-cultural therapist, Mrs. Donny offers psychotherapy and coaching in both English and French.
WHAT DISORDERS DO MENTAL HEALTH THERAPISTS TREAT?
Mental Health Therapists are trained to treat a variety of mental health issues that range anywhere from depression and anxiety to impulse control and domestic abuse. Our State Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Mrs. Nathalie Donny specializes in Life Coaching and Trauma & Post Traumatic Stress. However, she also has years of experience treating patients with the mental health issues below:
Impulse Control Disorders
Sex Offender Treatment
WHAT CAN I EXPECT DURING A TREATMENT?
Depending on the situation, and the needs of the individual, therapy can be short or longer-term. Often, our therapist will see patients once a week for 50 minutes. Your initial visit will be more of a “getting to know you” session and will help you and your therapist to identify your needs and goals.
You have a right to feel safe and respected in therapy and by your therapist. Our therapist respects your privacy and will never discuss the confidential information that is exchanged during therapy. Therapy should address your needs, goals, concerns and desires and if you’re going to talk to someone about your most personal thoughts, we want to do everything possible to make you feel comfortable.