We Provide Therapy Services in Alice Springs
A Tailored Approach
When dealing with mental health issues, developmental delays, communication issues or living with a disability, reaching out for help when you need it is important. At Stepping Stones in Life Therapy Service, we aim to improve the quality of life for people in Alice Springs through tailored therapy services. Our therapists provide:
Friendly & Caring Therapists
Regardless of where you live in Alice Springs – from Stokes Street to Gregory Terrace – we provide a range of modern therapy services in a warm and welcoming environment. Our therapists are passionate about helping people develop, learn and move towards their desired goals. Therapy covers a range of techniques; that’s why we provide assessments to determine the most suitable therapy for you.
Whether you need assistance with learning to cook, overcoming grief or learning how to cope with stress, our therapists are committed to helping you overcome whatever issues you face in their life and teaching you the skills needed to become independent.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Art therapy is a form of therapy that uses art as a means of communication. Art psychotherapy is a form of therapy that uses both art and psychology to help people understand their thoughts and feelings. Both can be used to treat an array of mental health conditions.
Children can benefit from seeing a psychologist for a number of reasons. It can help them to understand and cope with difficult emotions, such as sadness, anger and anxiety. It can also help them to develop healthy coping mechanisms for dealing with stress. Lastly, it can help them to build better relationships with others.
Counsellors and psychologists are both trained mental health professionals. However, there are some key differences between the two. Counsellors typically focus on the here and now, whereas psychologists often focus on the past to understand how it is impacting the present. Psychologists are also more likely to use formal psychological tests as part of their assessment process.
A therapy assessment is an appointment with a mental health professional, such as a counsellor, psychologist or psychiatrist. The aim of the assessment is to determine whether and which type of therapy would be beneficial for the person. It usually involves discussing the person’s symptoms, thoughts, feelings and behaviours.