Behavioral healthcare for all ages.
Welcome to Mosaic Therapy
Choosing to come to in for behavioral health and wellness is a big decision. We want to make the process as easy and comfortable as possible. We have created a beautiful space where patients feel relaxed and receive highly personalized care.
We want to affirm you on your decision to work on becoming your best self. We would like to take a moment to introduce Mosaic Therapy and invite you to browse our website to learn more.
We are a full-service behavioral health and wellness practice of dedicated, experienced providers
Frequently Asked Questions
Psychotherapy is brief and focused on your current thoughts, feelings and life issues. Focusing on the past can help explain things in your life, but focusing on the present can help you cope with the present and prepare for the future. It helps with:
- Understand your illness
- Define and reach wellness goals
- Overcome fears or insecurities
- Addictive Behaviors
- Cope with stress
- Make sense of past traumatic experiences
- Separate your true personality from the mood swings caused by your illness
- Identify triggers that may worsen your symptoms
- Improve relationships with family and friends
- Establish a stable, dependable routine
- Develop a plan for coping with crises
- Understand why things bother you and what you can do about them
- End destructive habits such as drinking, using drugs, overspending or unhealthy sex
Because each person has different issues and goals for therapy, therapy will be different depending on the individual. We tailor our therapeutic approach to your specific needs. Before your initial appointment you may want to make a list of the things that are bothering you and the issues you would like help with. Bring it with you to your first appointment. You might include:
- Issues in your family or other relationships
- Symptoms like changes in eating or sleeping habits
- Anger, anxiety, irritability or troubling feelings
- Thoughts of hurting yourself
In your first few sessions, you will probably do most of the talking. You should tell the therapist why you are there and what you would like to get from therapy. Together, you and your therapist will make a list of short- and long-term goal. After a few sessions, your therapist may be able to give you an idea of how long therapy will take and when you can expect to see changes in your moods as well as you reporting to the therapist the changes you see in yourself.