At Croyle-Nielsen, we understand that your therapeutic needs are as unique as your fingerprints. So we tailor our therapeutic approach to suit your specific situation — but you drive the process, with your therapist serving as a trained advisor. We believe that’s why our retention rate is consistently higher than the industry standard. It’s all part of the Croyle-Nielsen difference.
We’ll make sure you’re matched to a therapist based on your specific needs and personality. But no matter what challenge you’re facing, our experienced therapists are prepared to help people of all ages with many types of behavioral health issues, which can include but are not limited to:
Counseling for Teens
Our dedicated counselors can help your child retain a healthy and positive outlook on life through turbulent and challenging times. Teenagers can be affected by many forms of mental health issues, but some that are more common in young people are:
One-on-one counseling can help adults cope with many types of mental health challenges, as well as these issues often experienced in adulthood:
Counseling for seniors
More mature clients often face mental health issues specific to this point in life. Our experienced therapists will help seniors retain the highest quality of life possible when coping with any type of mental health challenge, including:
Counseling with family members
At Croyle-Nielsen, we offer various therapeutic solutions that allow for inclusion of family members when appropriate. We can help with:
Group therapy runs on an as needed basis please contact our therapy office at 814-266-3196 for more information
EMDR and Trauma-Informed Therapy
Sometimes people remember past events more often than they want. Emotions can become strong and negative thoughts can swirl in their minds. Some things that happen are very traumatic like having a house burn down, being in a bad car accident, or losing someone close to them. Some things are not so big, but still carry strong memories. They can leave people feeling anxious or depressed. Big or small memories that trigger strong emotions are stored in the wrong place in the brain. Memories can be reprocessed so that they no longer cause big emotional responses. The memories are not erased but are released from the power that they hold. People generally feel happier and more relaxed following EMDR therapy and continue to feel better long after therapy is completed. More information about EMDR can be found at www.emdria.org.