Treatment Options

A Range of Approaches to Therapy


Katura Counseling offers several modalities to enhance the therapeutic journey for kids, teens, & young adults.

Person centered 

Compassionate approach where therapist listens without judgment, aiding client in taking the lead in their lives to make the changes they desire. Helps clients develop more self confidence & sense of autonomy.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the most researched & widely used therapy treatments. CBT works by evaluating your thought life and behaviors by looking at how thoughts, images, beliefs, & emotions intertwine. The goal is to help clients connect how their cognitive processes relate to unhelpful behaviors or patterns in addition to emotional challenges. CBT is often used for those struggling with depression, NSSI, anxiety, OCD, & when one is “feeling stuck in a loop”.  


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) often involves working with your therapist to change thinking & behavioral patterns. CBT also includes specific techniques to support relaxation, improve coping techniques, increase resilience, aid in stress management & improve communication with others.  



CBT intervention focused on restructuring thoughts, feelings, & behaviors that may be contributing to insomnia or sleep problems. CBT-I techniques involve stimulus control, sleep restriction, reflecting on sleep habits, & prioritizing relaxation training.

DBT skills

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy offers “survival” skills to manage intense, painful emotions and decrease conflict in relationships. This type of therapy often works to confront contradictions between self-acceptance & barriers to change by focusing on four areas: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, & interpersonal effectiveness. DBT is helpful if you’re struggling with controlling & processing strong emotions, are in patterns of self-destruction, & coping with stressful life events in the here and now.


Exposure therapy

It helps those wanting to overcome fears, anxieties, obsessions, and compulsions in a tailored approach by slowly confronting said fears & worries in a safe, controllable environment.  

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Motivational interviewing

Involves helping clients identify barriers, willingness, & capacity for change. Explores one’s experiences, values, perspectives & personal goals.  


Solution-focused therapy

This type of therapy focuses on helping clients identify problem areas, sorting through options for how to work through or solve problems, & is geared toward working with short-term issues.

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Christian counseling 

For those wanting therapy services rooted in Biblical principles, desiring to intermingle gospel-centered principles with evidenced based practices. Explore how your faith can play into your mental health & overall wellness. Examine false beliefs and rediscover truths from the Bible that provide clarity, foster closeness with the Lord & comfort in difficult times of life. 


prayer ministry

Christian ministry approach that helps those who are emotionally wounded identify the source of pain & find peace in Jesus through prayer & truth from Scripture.

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Holistic therapy 

Approach considering the whole picture as a part of treatment including (but not limited to) sleep, nutrition, exercise, physical wellness in addition to emotional & mental wellness.

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If you have current suicidal thoughts:

Katura Counseling is not a 24/7, emergency provider. If you or your child is experiencing a life-threatening crisis, please call 911, 988 (the suicide & crisis lifeline), or call or text 1-800-273-8255.