Contact us today to find out more about our fully licensed, at-home mental health services available to individuals.
The primary therapeutic approach for Mindful Mental Health of Alabama, LLC., providers is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior that are behind people’s difficulties, and so change the way they feel. It is used to help treat a wide range of issues in a person’s life. CBT works by changing people’s attitudes and their behavior by focusing on the thoughts, images, beliefs and attitudes that are held (a person’s cognitive processes) and how these processes relate to the way a person behaves, as a way of dealing with emotional problems. An important advantage of cognitive behavioral therapy is that it tends to be short, taking five to ten months for most emotional problems. Clients attend one session per week, each session lasting approximately 30-50 minutes. During this time, the client and therapist are work together to understand what the problems are and develop new strategies for tackling them.
The specific conditions and situations that Mindful Mental Health of Alabama, LLC., treats as follows:
Possible treatments refer to a process that identifies stressors and learning steps to recognize tension and decrease anger in common situations.
Anxiety disorders span a broad spectrum of conditions from panics and separation anxiety to phobias and selective mutism.
Including but not limited to Cancer, Cardiovascular and Pain
Substance dependence mental health treatment.
A common but serious mood disorder, depression causes severe symptoms that impact every aspect of daily life.
Unusual forgetfulness of new or past events may be related to a brain injury, illness, substance abuse, stress, aging, or lack of sleep.
Perhaps our most significant findings regarding mental illness’ impact on other residents relate to behavioral issues, ranging from aggressive behavior and delusions involving others to hoarding.
Whether it’s loss of our work, loved ones, independence, or our health, we are destined to grieve at some point.
In this demographic it is common for individuals to have physical challenges that effect ones emotional well-being.
PTSD in late life can result from trauma that occurred much earlier or can follow traumatic events that occurred for the first time in old age.
Older adults who suffer from adjustment disorder with depressed mood are more likely to report having poor health status and to be physically dependent
The licensed counselors here at Mindful Mental Health of Alabama treat these and other mental disorders and conditions. To find out more today, please call or use the contact form below to reach us online.
Mindful Mental Health of Alabama offers services and therapy for many disorders. Call today to begin the journey towards mental wellness.
Throughout our lives we are faced with change and the resulting effects on life around us. Change is a regular part of our daily life. There are times however, where change is the result of a major life transition and our ability to adapt to the new environment is beyond our skill level. Therapy offers individuals or families a process to work through what this life change means. Often when faced with a change we look for ways to incorporate this into the life we are leading. In the case of a major life transition, therapy helps to determine how the life we are leading will adapt to this foundational shift. Your therapist is here to help identify these issues and the other adjustment issues as you move forward through the many life transitions that help to create the person we are today.
TeleMental Health Psychology Services is offered via Medicare accepted guidelines. TeleMental Health is delivered by Licensed Psychologists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers utilizing traditional telephones, through smart phones and computers. The therapeutic delivery methods are individualized as determined by the patient’s capabilities.
TeleMental Health is the same as traditional face to face cognitive behavioral therapy. The only difference is that therapy is delivered through the employment of electronics (Telephones and Computers) and technology to support health care and provide quality services remotely. The U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration promotes the use of telehealth for various reasons and through a variety of methods.
Unless it is essential, due to the Coronavirus, Healthcare Providers may not be allowed in your community or an individual is home-bound, or the individual prefers this method of therapy. Many residents in Assisted Living and Nursing Homes are having difficulties understanding this National Emergency and as a result it creates “Fear, Anxiety and Isolation”.
Your community, through its relationship with Mindful Mental Health of Alabama, LLC., would offer your residents this valuable option for therapy. This service is offered to residents for individual sessions via telephones or if appropriate, face to face in the privacy of resident’s apartments/rooms.
Mindful Mental Health of Alabama Health Care Providers assists residents and families with:
Conditions/situations for Resident/Patient referrals:
Mindful Mental Health of Alabama’s health care providers (Psychologists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers), offer to help to residents and home patients and specialize in therapy/counseling for isolation related to the coronavirus, loneliness, depression, anxiety, sleeplessness, grief and loss and transition and adjustment. If you are the referring individual, please fax the face sheet and insurance cards to Mindful Mental Health of Alabama at 1(877)300-8572. If you are an individual seeking therapy, please call 1(888)777-6945. All discussions are confidential. Medicare and most insurance policies cover this service.
MMHA health care providers are State of Alabama Licensed Clinical Psychologists or Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW’s) trained in mental health therapy that perform baseline initial assessments. These standardized assessments identify individuals that may have mental health conditions at the time of assessment or are deemed to be “at risk” to develop one.
MMHA creates awareness of its services through a variety of methods including (but not limited to):