Teletherapy, also called “Virtual Therapy” or “Telehealth,” allows a therapist to meet with clients using web-based video conferencing technology that is HIPAA compliant. Teletherapy provides a convenient alternative to face-to-face office visits. Many, but not all commercial insurances, cover teletherapy/telehealth. For those commercial insurances that do, we can provide services under your insurance. Maryland law states that teletherapy can only be provided by a counselor licensed in the State of Maryland, and that the client must be a resident of Maryland.
Couples Therapy is a type of therapy in which a licensed therapist helps individuals involved in a romantic relationship gain insight into their relationship, resolve conflicts, and improve relationship satisfaction through the use of various therapeutic tools and interventions.
Family Therapy, also called “family counseling,” is a form of therapeutic treatment in which a licensed therapist helps a family address specific issues affecting the health and functioning of the family unit. To do this, family therapists partner with the family to help family members improve communication, solve family problems, understand and improve family dynamics, facilitate deeper empathy, reduce family conflict, and create a better functioning home environment. This type of intervention can be used to help a family through a difficult period of time, a major life transition, or when one or more family members has an emotional, relationship, or mental health problem.
Life Coaching can assist with personal growth, professional development, relationship coaching, communication skills, building self-confidence and personal power, achieving greater inner peace and balance, and enhancing levels of organization and productivity.
Individual Therapy (sometimes called “psychotherapy,” “talk therapy,” or “counseling”) is a process in which a client works one-one-one with a licensed therapist to explore an emotional, relationship, or mental health issue. Many therapeutic approaches are evidence-based, which means their effectiveness has been supported by research studies and clinical observations. At Therapy Cafe, our licensed, trained therapists provide a safe, naturing, and confidential environment where clients are free to explore their feelings, beliefs, and behaviors.
Play Therapy uses a variety of play and creative arts techniques to alleviate chronic, mild, and moderate psychological and emotional conditions in children that are causing behavioral problems and/or preventing children from realizing their full potential. The therapist uses the child’s imagination and the symbolic meaning of his or her play as a method for understanding and communicating with the child. Play therapy can be used for children ages 3 through 12.
AromaTouch Therapy is a type of massage that involves applying essential oils along energy meridians and visceral contact points of the back of the feet to help stimulate and balance sympathetic and para-sympathetic nervous systems of the body. AromaTouch Therapy improves well-being by reducing physical and emotional stressors and supports healthy autonomic function.
Group Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves a therapist working with several people at the same time. Groups typically range in size from 3 to 12 individuals and last for a designated period of time, such as 90 minutes per week. The precise manner in which the session is conducted depends on the goal and focus of the group, as well as the style of the therapist. At Therapy Cafe, therapy groups form on an as needed basis. Stay tuned for announcements about upcoming Group Therapy events on our homepage as well as our newsletter.
Color Therapy is an alternative therapy that uses colors and their frequencies to heal physical and emotional problems. The goal of color therapy is to correct physiological and psychological imbalances and uses the power of color to heal, energize, and soothe us.
Energy Healing, including Reiki, targets the energy fields around the body. This holistic approach aims to help the flow of energy and remove blocks in a similar way to acupuncture or acupressure. Improving the flow of energy around the body can enable relaxation, reduce pain, relieve stress, and reduce other symptoms of illness.
Workshops: On a wide variety of mental health and holistic wellness topics. Stay tuned for announcements!
Medication management refers to the process of ensuring that patients are receiving the appropriate medications in the correct doses and at the appropriate times to achieve the desired therapeutic outcomes while minimizing the risks of adverse effects. This involves a collaborative effort between healthcare providers, patients, and their caregivers to effectively manage medication regimens. Monitoring for therapeutic effectiveness and adverse effects is critical in medication management. Healthcare providers regularly review patients’ medication regimens to ensure that they are achieving the desired therapeutic outcomes and to identify any potential problems or adverse effects. If a medication is not working as expected or is causing adverse effects, the healthcare provider may adjust the dosage, switch to a different medication, or discontinue the medication altogether. In summary, effective medication management is essential to optimizing patient outcomes, reducing the risk of adverse effects, and improving quality of life. It involves a comprehensive approach that includes accurate medication reconciliation, patient education, monitoring for therapeutic effectiveness and adverse effects, and timely adjustments to medication regimens as needed.
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