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Individual therapy is covered by most insurances, depending on the clinical need and/or diagnosis. These sessions are mostly 45-50 minutes long.
Individual Therapy for Children and Minors
When the parents of a child are never married, separated, or divorced Eagle River Counseling requires the consent of both parents, regardless of legal custody status, to provide therapy to a minor. Exceptions will be made on an individual basis for clinical reasons or with a court order signed by a judge.
Family therapy is covered by many insurances. Family therapy includes two or more family members working together with the therapist to resolve family dynamic issues.
Group therapy is covered by many insurances. Group therapy involves meeting together with the therapist and other clients who are seeking help with the same challenges in their lives.
Co-parent facilitation is not provided at Eagle River Counseling, but a referral can be made to an appropriate provider who is skilled in working with families with this type of conflict. Consultation for therapists wanting to learn to work with high-conflict custody disputes is also available.
Conflict Resolution Credentials
Consultation for therapists wanting to learn to work with high-conflict custody disputes is also available to those who fulfill these conditions
40 Hours of Civil and Family Mediation Training
Advanced Mediation Training With Multiple National Experts
Parental Alienation Training
Training in Screening for Intimate Partner Violence
Parenting Coordination Training
Collaborative Law Training
Clinician Consultation for High Conflict Custody Cases
Eagle River Counseling also offers guidance for clinicians working with high conflict child custody disputes.