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

Like antidepressant medicine, counseling works to improve your symptoms slowly over time. Most people in counseling start to feel better about themselves and their situations. Treatment can be provided in individual, couple, family or in a group setting. The number of visits needed for treatment varies for each person. Generally, a session is 45 to 60 minutes for individual, couple and family therapy and 60 to 90 minutes for group counseling. You can decide on the type of counseling you’d prefer, individual, couple, family or group sessions. Before starting, commit to stick with counseling for the time period that you and your counselor agree would be beneficial. Also make a commitment to follow through with recommendations that you and your counselor agree upon during your sessions.
Our practitioners can help you cope with feelings and symptoms, and change behavior patterns that may contribute to your feelings of unhappiness in your life. Talk therapy is not just “talking about your problems”; it is also working toward solutions. Some therapy may involve homework, such as tracking your moods, writing about your thoughts, or participating in social activities that have caused anxiety in the past. You might be encouraged to look at things in a different way or learn new ways to react to events or people. Most of today’s 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. You might see your therapist more often at the beginning of treatment, and later, as you learn to manage problems and avoid triggers, you might go to psychotherapy appointments less often.

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
Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in understanding how medications for mood disorders interact with the body and other medications you may be taking. Some psychiatrists may provide occasional therapy but they primarily provide medication. Psychologist and Therapists who specialize in understanding mental health. They provide counseling and do not prescribe medication.
Medication alone cannot solve all issues. What medication does is treat the symptoms. Our work together is designed to explore the root of the issue, dig deep into your behavior and teach strategies that can help you accomplish your personal and/or relational goals. Medication can be effective and is sometimes needed in conjunction with therapy.
Not at all. People who ask for help know when they need it and have the ability to reach out. Everyone needs help now and then. You already have some strengths that you’ve used before, that for whatever reason isn’t working right now. Perhaps this problem feels overwhelming and is making it difficult to access your past strengths. In our work together, I’ll help you identify what those strengths are and how to implement them again in what is happening now.
The difference is between someone who can do something, and someone who has the training and experience to do that same thing professionally. A mental health professional can help you approach your situation in a new way– teach you new skills, gain different perspectives, listen to you without judgment or expectations, and help you listen to yourself. Furthermore, therapy is completely confidential. You won’t have to worry about others “knowing my business.” Lastly, if your situation provokes a great deal of negative emotion, if you’ve been confiding in a friend or family member, there is the risk that once you are feeling better you could start avoiding that person so you aren’t reminded of this difficult time in your life.
If you are concerned about your relationship, and you would both like to work with our providers, we would initially work with both of you together. After this work, if one of you would like to continue in individual sessions, we could work with only one of you. At times, it is not helpful to move from individual into couple’s work with the same therapist because of potential trust issues.

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.

Unfortunately, this is not possible to say in a general FAQs page. Everyone’s circumstances are unique to them and the length of time therapy can take to allow you to accomplish your goals depends on your desire for personal development, your commitment, and the factors that are driving you to seek therapy in the first place. Each person’s or couples’ goals are unique, as is their state of readiness and ability to implement learned strategies. The honest answer is that although you might begin feeling better as soon as your first appointment, there is no set time frame for completion of treatment that would be accurate for everyone. Therapy unfolds in its own way and time for each client. Our office strives to maximize your progress with tailored treatment that incorporates evidence-based and clinically proven methods. By combining the most effective treatments with a thorough and customized plan, we see great results in less time.
We are so glad you are dedicated to getting the most out of your sessions. Your active participation and dedication is crucial to your success. After all, we only see each other for a session a week. It’s the work you do outside of our sessions that will really help you see your personal growth and development. Please note some people or families may need treatment more time than once a week which is not unusual.
After some time has passed, you can check your treatment plan and see if you’re closer to reaching your goals. It may be helpful to track how you feel each day and how you cope with difficult situations. Review your progress with your therapist. Improvement won’t happen overnight, but you should see some change, even if it’s just a better understanding of your own thoughts and feelings.


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COVID-19 Response

Mosaic Therapy has and always will be dedicated to the health and safety of our patients, providers, and support staff. With the growing concern over the COVID-19 virus and its effect on our daily lives, we wanted to let you know that Mosaic Therapy is staying up to date with all the latest information provided by the CDC and taking all appropriate actions. As we are guided by our accrediting body CARF and other regulatory entities; we have implemented new protocols and policy changes that assist us to providing the best response to continue to be able to be of service to our patients and community.

Our response is to keep everyone safe: our patients, staff and community while we continue provide access to behavioral health services in an environment that is healthy for all in our current situation. Your safety is our priority. We have always made great effort to maintain clean and safe environment for our patients and staff. We will continue to do our daily routine and modify as recommended by the CDC and other regulatory agencies.

We understand that this is a stressful and anxious time for everyone. We will continue provide services to our patients and community. However we are making some changes on how we operate. To reduce risk to exposure we have implemented the following:

  • We will be open for regular business hours and some of our locations will by appointment only. We will also have limited administrative support.
  • In order to be of service in the most efficient way we will provide teletherapy for all patients. We are limiting the use of the office for those who do not have this as an option.
  • To reduce risk to exposure as well as encourage physical (social) distancing. We will limit the use of our waiting room and ask that you either wait in the foyer or in your car until your appointment time. We ask that you please check in the office, call or text us so that we know you have arrived.
  • Due to crisis and the state of the nation, we ask that you follow us on instagram or facebook to get updates about our office so that you may be provided the most current information. This is the easiest and quickest way for us to communicate any changes to you.

We will continue to monitor and assess this evolving situation and appropriately respond based on guidance issued by public health authorities and other known information from credible resources. Please call our office if you are needing more information.

Kindest Regards,
Executive Director

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