Are you unsure of which direction your life is going?
Do you wish you could be more independent?
Has your alcohol or drug use become unmanageable?
Are you concerned that your mental health is getting in the way of experiencing success?
As a young adult, you are emerging into your independent life. Whether you are 18 and going off to college, or 25 and tackling choices about life directions, young adulthood is both stressful and exciting.
Finding time for both romance and developing a career can be a challenge. Social skills and work skills require different kinds of focus. Perhaps you need guidance in choosing a career path. Maybe you have had a break up that has undermined your confidence. Are you conflicted about pursuing a dream, making money, and making a difference in the world? Some young adults have difficult feelings about leaving their families and communities, in search of broader horizons.
Have you found yourself struggling with the amount of alcohol or drugs that you’re using? At first, it was manageable and now it feels out of control. Or are you experiencing depression and anxiety, realizing that if left unattended, your mental health will continue to deter you from reaching your potential.
Rocky Mountain Counseling understands these dilemmas and can help you explore your interests and values to guide you towards making a well informed decision that is in your best interest. If you need an encouraging push toward a decision, or comfort for a mistake, your counselor at RM3C will listen and empower you to effectively work through this difficulty.
Rocky Mountain Counseling utilizes non-traditional strategies to provide effective therapy services. Some young adults choose to do their counseling via traditional talk therapy, while others scale a rock wall through an experiential intervention. Whether counseling occurs in the community, home or office, you will experience a well designed approach that ensures your strengths are utilized to overcome specific challenges and to maximize positive outcomes.
While parents (even loving, supportive parents) do not always see issues objectively, you do not have to make these decisions by yourself. Let our counselors support you during this journey into independence and empower you to create a successful life for yourself.
Types of treatments offered:
Solution Focused Therapy
Strengths Based Therapy
Home, Community, Online & Office Based Services
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trauma Focused CBT
Types of concerns we treat:
Poor Social Skills
Lack of Motivation
Difficulty Finding Independence