HRCPI believes that a positive intervention will result in a positive change. People succeed when interventions are positive and supportive. Different therapeutic modalities can be used, such as Cognitive Behavioral, Behavioral, and/or System’s Therapies, to only name a few. Therapy modalities must be chosen based on client needs, and therefore, modalities named are not conclusive.
HRCPI believes that a positive, nurturing family structure shapes the appropriate behaviors and decision-making of individuals. However, not everyone is blessed with a nurturing upbringing. Sometimes, people who have received healthy nurturing may choose to suppress lessons learned in their early years to maintain a relationship or avoid being alone. At times, these individuals embrace dysfunctional patterns of communication or behaviors and require unlearning those patterns to facilitate a happy, healthy relationship.
Challenges such as marital or relational discord, divorce, an unsuccessful blended family, parent or spouse in the legal system, etc., may lead to unhealthy interpersonal experiences. As a direct result, an individual may have developed disruptive behaviors, poor decision-making, and a poor sense of self, leading to stunted personal development. This makes it impossible to have a thriving relationship. Oftentimes, these individuals cannot display socially acceptable behaviors and connect with peers to adapt to life’s daily living challenges. These individuals need healthy interventions.
With life comes change, and with change comes stress. Temporary situational stress, anxiety, and depression about a job, family, and relationship issues are normal, but long-term depression or anxiety is not. HRCPI believes that regardless of why people are experiencing difficult times, they can overcome them with positive and supportive interventions provided by an experienced caring professional.