what we do at Discovery Counseling is really about you.
Counseling has come a long way in the last 50 years. There are literally hundreds of approaches to counseling, including some really cool ones that combine findings from fields like neuroscience and meditation. But first, let’s talk about how we’ll work together to help you get what you want out of life. The important thing to know is that our counseling services focus on real-life solutions to help you deal with whatever’s up. Big, small and in between.
Also, you have options.
Want to drop into the details? Each type of counseling has its advantages.
Relationship & Family Counseling
Then there are specializations.
Our team of more than 20 professional counselors each have their own approaches and areas of expertise. And each of them is amazing at what they do. You can find out more and meet them all here.
Our areas of specialization include:
- Anxiety & Depression
- Nutrition Counseling
- Trauma-Informed Treatment
- Eating Disorders & Body Image
- Alcohol & Substance Use
- College Life
- Career Challenges
- Child & Family Counseling
- Parent Coaching & Guidance
- Prenatal & Postpartum Support
- Pregnancy Loss Support
- Mindfulness-Based Therapy (ACT, DBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Highly Sensitive Persons & Empaths
- Athletic Performance & Mental Health
“A year from now you may wish you had started today.”
Then there’s the things we do for counselors. Like clinical supervision.
Good supervision can make a big difference in a counselor’s career. As a clinical supervisor, Discovery founder Sara Weber helps new clinicians hone their clinical skills and expand their know-how, so they can get that all-important required license to practice. Her favorite part is providing guidance on career development and helping clinicians develop their unique identity as a mental health pro. It’s a healthy combo of teaching, guidance, support and mentorship.
In addition to LPC-intern supervision, Sara offers CEDS supervision for those clinicians pursuing certification as an eating disorder specialist.
Individual supervision includes weekly one-on-one meetings to discuss client cases, as well as continuing education topics and professional identity development.
Group supervision includes bi-weekly and weekly group meetings for three or more interns to discuss continuing education topics and professional identity development.
Intern associate supervision includes weekly individual and/or group meetings and the opportunity to see clients within the practice to gain clinical experience. Guidance on operating a counseling practice is also available.
We do great things for the community too!
Newsletter: Our team of professional counselors have a lot of knowledge and expertise to share. In our newsletter, they offer insight, inspiration and useful information that helps make life better.
Trainings & Workshops: With informative workshops, focused support groups and counselor trainings, we keep the cycle of good turning in the community.
Tool & Resources: We love sharing real-life resources you can use. Among our tools and resources, you’ll find books, videos, apps, social feeds, programs, podcasts and websites that our counselors recommend on the regular.