Mental Health Counseling ProgramNBRC provides a clinical mental health counseling program to those enrolled in any of our programs, or for those simply seeking mental health counseling alone. NBRC mental health professionals have achieved and met the national standards for education, training and clinical practice. Mental health counselors are highly-skilled professionals who provide flexible, client-oriented therapy. They combine traditional psychotherapy with a practical, problem-solving approach that creates a dynamic and efficient path for change and problem resolution.

Our Mental Health Counseling Program Includes:

  1. Assessment and diagnosis
  2. Psychotherapy – mental health counseling
  3. Treatment planning and utilization review
  4. Brief and solution-focused therapy
  5. Alcoholism and substance abuse issues
  6. Psycho-educational and prevention programs
  7. Crisis management
Our mental health counseling program does not just treat a condition. Counselors examine everything that causes mental conditions in people. They look at people’s environments, emotions and physical and behavioral health. These different influences give counselors a complete picture of why people deal with occurrences in their lives in a certain way. Mental health counseling is a broad term that describes various specialties such as Depression, Self-Esteem, Marriage and Family Counseling.

Life Enhancing Behavioral Therapies

NBRC mental health counselor use a variety of techniques and tools to help our clients. Cognitive behavioral therapy, a goal-oriented approach helps our clients understand harmful thoughts, feelings, and beliefs and replace them with positive, life-enhancing ones. Furthermore, cognitive behavioral therapy teaches clients to eliminate unwanted or damaging behaviors and replace them with more productive ones.