How Do I Know If Therapy Is Right For Me?
Many people have found that therapy helps them relieve stress and cope with everyday challenges and past negative experiences.
It can be overwhelming to begin therapy. At Bloom we provide validation and support to each client to make every session as comfortable as possible.
Therapy helps us by addressing the past, present, and future related to our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, experiences, and behaviors.
Through therapy you can develop insight into causes of uncomfortable feelings or negative beliefs about yourself, learn to approach the past with more acceptance, prevent past patterns continuing, develop healthy relationships and skills, and foster positive future life experiences.
At Bloom we meet you where you are at, and help move you towards where you want to be.
How Do I Get Started?
The consultation will involve a brief call with our administrative assistant, Ashley. She will briefly gather information about you or your loved one, the goals of treatment, and personal needs. This is done to ensure that clients are paired with the Bloom therapist that is the best fit for them.
What Types Of Sessions Are Available?
What Types Problems Does Bloom Help With?
What Type of Environment Should I Expect For My Session?
How Can I Prepare Before My Sessions?
How Will I Feel After Sessions?
What Types of Therapy Can I Expect?
Information Regarding Therapist Credentials
What Does "LCSW" Or "LMHC" Mean?
What Does "CEDS" Or "CEDS-S" Mean?
What Is A RMHCI, RCSWI, Or Licensed Eligible Therapist?
Licensed eligible therapists are professionals that can offer mental health therapy. They are individuals that are actively pursuing credentialing as a licensed therapist. There are various titles for licensed eligible therapists, dependent on their Master's degree. Specifically, Lara Lough is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (RMHCI) and Elizabeth Rubin is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern RCSWI).
RMHCI's are individuals that are actively pursuing the credentialing of Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC). RMHCI's must have a Master's degree from an accredited mental health counseling program with specific graduate level coursework and practicum hours, obtain clinical experience, and weekly qualified supervision.
RCSWI's are individuals that are actively pursuing the credentialing of Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). RCSWI's must have a Master's degree from an accredited social work program with specific graduate level coursework and practicum hours, obtain clinical experience, and weekly qualified supervision.
Should I Pay Privately Or Use Insurance?
What Are The Fees?
Do You Have a Sliding Scale?
* all photographs and artwork have been created by therapists of Bloom Mental Health Healing *