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Winston Salem, NC 27106

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Psychotherapy in Winston-Salem NC

Rising Hope Clinical Assistance offers cognitive therapy and psychotherapy in Winston-Salem NC.

Psychotherapy is a way to help people dealing with a variety of emotional difficulties or mental illnesses. Also known as talk therapy, Rising Hope's treatment method helps control or even eliminate distressing symptoms to improve a person's function and overall well-being. The types of psychotherapy include:

Family Therapy

Often, family therapy focuses on improving communication between family members. Participants learn new ways of listening and how to ask and respond to questions openly, rather than defensively.

Interpersonal Therapy

Interpersonal therapy is based on the principle that relationships and life events can impact mood. The focus of this form of therapy is to identify emotions, understand where they are coming from, and find a balance in managing them more constructively to improve interpersonal complications.

Group Therapy

Group therapy, also known as support therapy, can help those who may feel a sense of isolation because of their difficulties. Many support groups allow members to receive feedback from other people with related problems or similar experiences. This relatability can foster improvement by hearing new perspectives.

Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy helps clients to understand how changes in behavior can lead to changes in how they feel. It focuses on increasing the person's engagement in positive or socially reinforcing activities.

Psycho-dynamic Therapy

This form of treatment is also known as insight-oriented therapy and focuses on deep-rooted causes of behavior. The goals are to understand how past experiences may be affecting current behavior and to increase overall self-awareness.

Cognitive Therapy

Cognitive therapy addresses current thinking and communication patterns related to past occurrences. It can help treat conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Rising Hope's therapists are here to walk alongside you. Contact us today to get started.


Jeremy Simpson