SERVICES

A variety of services all in one place – the best collaborative care possible.

Counseling

Our counselors are clinically trained to help clients manage disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar, post-traumatic stress disorder, and ADHD. We have experience with children as young as 5, adolescents, young adults, and mature adults who are dealing with difficult life circumstances – divorce, conflict in relationships, grief, premarital, work stress, and others. Individual, couples, and group therapy are offered as well as occasional workshops for enrichment on a variety of topics.

We believe that people do not fit perfectly in boxes, so their treatment can’t either. Our clinicians utilize multiple treatment modalities to better serve our clients. We approach each person differently to tailor our service to his/her needs, so in the initial session our clinicians will gather information and make a recommendation for how to proceed. Some of the modalities we use are cognitive behavioral therapy, insight oriented, solutions focused, and behavioral strategies.

Psychiatry

Dr. Iman O. Hypolite is double board certified in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. She can assess whether medication may be an appropriate treatment option for you as you work towards better mental health. She takes time with her clients to understand all the contributing factors of their symptoms and to consider what intervention is necessary to achieve their goals.

Nutrition

Aundrea has been working in the field of nutrition for over 10 years. She has a passion to help individuals achieve goals that will enhance not only their lives, but the lives of others around them. Her approach is patient and focused with expertise to encourage healthy changes. She offers packages as well as individuals consultation. See her page for more information.

Prenatal

Brittany Senseman, LPC-S offers a workshop titled “It’s Positive… Now what?” for couples who are expecting or plan to become pregnant soon. This workshop is about the couple relationship as opposed to parenting. Statistics indicate that marital satisfaction plummets after having a baby and takes about 3 years to recover! This workshop covers material that will better prepare couples for the transition from a family of two to a family of three.

Aundrea Leven, BS, Nutritionist, CLC is a certified lactation counselor. She can offer education and support for women choosing to breastfeed their babies. She also offers programs for prenatal nutrition. It is a pregnancy class by Dr Sears health coach program called L.E.A.N Expectations. It’s a series of three, two-hour classes. It covers stages of pregnancy and nutrition through motherhood. This class also has an activity and healthy snack (Ex: hummus with crackers and vegetables).

Public Speaking

A number of our clinicians are available for public speaking opportunities. The sorts of topics that are often covered include marriage enrichment, stress management, prepubescent development, and how to talk to your kids about sex.

Community Service

Our clinicians have lead seminars on divorce recovery, parenting education, non-professional trauma victim training, and many others. We offer these seminars as a community service, recognizing that education and training through mass communication can reach a greater number of people and therefore have a positive impact in our society.

Supervision

Brittany Senseman, LPC-S is available to supervise both practicum students and LPC Interns. She offers these services for those working offsite and onsite on a limited basis. She is willing to offer her clinical expertise as well as her knowledge of private practice.

About Anthology

We are a group of professionals dedicated to promoting health and healing in the whole person – body, mind, and spirit. We believe that healing occurs more effectively and more efficiently when each facet of a person is addressed. Our group is comprised of professional counselors, and a nutritionist who is also a certified lactation counselor.
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