Therapy

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Our Therapy Sessions

Sometimes it can be confusing or a little scary to receive help when you don’t know where to start, but there’s no need to worry—we are here to help! Here at New Horizon Community Care, we offer several types of therapy to help you or a loved one receive personal help and grow as an individual.

Self-Pay Services

If you want to seek help without the confinement of your health insurance, self-pay is a great alternative. Our self-pay services offer you or a loved one the freedom to receive the support you desire without informing health care providers. Some of our options are individual therapy with a licensed therapist or Masters level clinical intern, family therapy, and group therapy.

The benefits of self-pay services:
  • You (or your child) do not need to receive a mental health diagnosis to receive care, allowing us to provide the most ethical, honest, and accurate care.
  • You (or your child) do not need to worry about being constrained to a session limit imposed by an insurance company and can continue therapy until you feel ready to discharge.
  • Your insurance company cannot use your (or your child’s) mental health record to increase your insurance premiums or deny you coverage in the future.

Eating Disorder Therapy

Located in Chandler, this group is a safe space, allowing you or a loved one to open up about personal struggles and consolidate with others on the same journey to have a healthy relationship with food. The 12-week program is for ages 12 to 18 and can help address eating disorders, explore and improve body image, create actionable goals to change unwanted behaviors, and much more—space is limited and there are payment plan options or an option to pay the entire program in advance. 

The Quest

Located in Tempe, the Quest is a therapy group for children between the ages of 13 and 18, designed to help with communication and social skills through the power of role-playing and collaboration in a fun and unique environment. We plan to teach about healthy relationships, working with others, and communicating with people in diverse settings. This group allows youth to experiment with different skills in a low-risk environment, where making mistakes is encouraged to learn from those mistakes. There are payment plan options or an option to pay the entire program in advance. 

A.C.T. Art

Located in Glendale, A.C.T (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) Art provides a safe, caring environment fostering the development of positive self-awareness and relationships, helping to develop perspective through creative therapy. This eight-week art-based therapy group is for teens—designed to help them understand their thought processes, reframe negativity and improve their self-esteem. During this course, youth will represent life experiences through art and interaction in order to enhance their understanding of their values and identity. For children between the ages of 14 and 19. There are payment plan options or an option to pay the entire program in advance. 

Birth to Five Therapy

We believe in providing families with psychoeducation and quality care to help the family system. The Birth through Five services raises awareness of a child’s development, making it easier to expect and celebrate developmental milestones and help them thrive in their environment. Our therapists specialize in but are not limited to Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Heart Math, Motivational Interviewing, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). In addition, play therapy is incorporated to assist with communication and healing. Our birth to five services includes children with a social cognition of birth to five—prices may vary.

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