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Therapy Office

Emotional Regulation 

People become angry for different reasons. Here at ATS   We help clients develop individualized anger management strategies to help them identify the particular stressors that lead to anger in their lives. Often, what individuals believe to be the primary source of their anger is only one component of what leads to it. By taking a step back, evaluating the different external factors at play, and coming up with healthy coping strategies, individuals are able to let go of their anger and move on in a more emotionally healthy way.

Because anger is a perfectly normal emotional response, the goal of anger management therapy is not to eliminate anger from people’s lives but to help them find healthier ways to cope with anger. 

Substance Abuse 

Addiction of any kind is a powerful and complicated condition to treat. We offer specialized treatment  to meet your individual needs through each phase of recovery.

We treat:

  • Drug Addiction:   Whether you’re addicted to illicit or prescription drugs, your treatment plan will be personalized to meet your unique challenges.

  • Alcohol Addiction:     Alcohol addiction is a complex condition that can disrupt your life in many different ways. We’ll help you put the pieces back together.

Sometimes, people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol also have other mental health issues, like depression or anxiety. If you struggle with co-occurring disorders, we can help. Our team will ensure your treatment plan addresses all of your concerns.


Therapy for grief, or grief counseling as it is often called, is designed to help you process and cope with a loss — whether that loss is a friend, family member, pet, or other life circumstance.

Grief affects everyone differently. It also affects people at different times. During the grieving process, you may experience sadness, anger, confusion, or even relief. It’s also common to feel regret, guilt, and show signs of depression.

A licensed therapist, psychologist, counselor, or psychiatrist can provide therapy for grief. Seeing a mental health expert for grief and loss can help you process the feelings you’re experiencing and learn new ways to cope — all in a safe space.

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