Why Work With Us?

Mental health counseling is essential for everyone – regardless of whether you have a mental health concern or not. Emotional wellness is integral to a healthy physical body.  At MEND, our focus with mental health counseling is to not just help you “get by” day to day; our focus is to help you get to the root cause of your symptoms or conflicts. We want to help you find answers and develop strategies to improve yourself in your current situation. At MEND, we don’t create care plans based off of generic protocols – we base our care plans off of your unique needs. Get answers and get on the MEND!

Common Conditions We Work With:

Meet Tyler

Tyler is our mental health counselor (tLMHC) here at Mend. Tyler received his M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. Tyler also received his B.S. in Religion-Christian Counseling from Liberty University. He has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in various settings. Tyler is currently accepting clients ages 12+ or families with all ages. Alongside traditional counseling, Tyler is also accepting clients for Christian/Biblical counseling. His philosophy of counseling is a root-cause approach that seeks to help clients find the “why.” His goal is to achieve lasting results that will help his clients better adapt to the anxieties and trials of life. Tyler is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the American Counseling Association.

Pricing

FREE Consultation
(15 - 30 minutes)

This initial consultation serves as an orientation to the services provided, getting to know the provider, familiarize with the counseling process, and screen for different levels of care. This can be done over the phone or in person. All new clients must finish the initial consultation before your intake session.


Adult & Adolescent
Intake Session
$200

Adults ages 18+
Adolescents Ages 12-18

This 90-minute intake is used to thoroughly evaluate functioning in all realms of life, including: physical, emotional mental, occupational, social, spiritual, etc. The goal is to identify the right treatment goals and interventions to help reach optimal wellness.

Follow-up Counseling Session
$150


Once the intake process is finished, each follow-up session will last 50 minutes, unless otherwise determined in your specific treatment plan. Discounted rates may be available if you pay upfront for your entire recommended treatment plan.

TELEHEALTH
Initial & Follow-ups


AVAILABLE FOR IOWA RESIDENTS ONLY at this time. Telehealth is ideal for those who live far from our office or for those who prefer to stay at home.


We do not accept or bill insurance. All payments must be made at the time of service. If desired, we will provide you a superbill that can be used to seek reimbursement from your insurance company, health share, flex account, or HSA. We’ve partnered with Reimbursify to make this easy for you!  

 
 
 
 

Why choose counseling at Mend?

 
  • Drug free approaches & holistic modalities supported and often recommended as a compliment to care.
  • Individualized & personalized care – no textbook protocols or one-size fits all approach
  • Opportunity for Christian counseling if it aligns with your preference
  • Option to include a basic bloodwork assessment to ensure nutrient deficiencies are not contributing to symptoms (hello vitamin D, b12, magnesium!) [*please note* this is not a replacement for regular medical care and is not a functional medicine comprehensive evaluation] 
  • Option to add neurofeedback to counseling sessions
  • No judgements… ever!
  • A care team that truly cares about you!

What can a Mental Health Counselor provide?

Emotional Wellness

Emotional wellness addresses overall awareness and validation of our feelings in different situations. Being well means building coping skills and resiliency to work through times of uncertainty and emotional reactivity.

Physical Wellness

Physical wellness can be impacted by mental health counseling through learning new strategies and routines to manage stress and taking care of your body. A counselor can help support compliance with other health issues or struggles with dietary/lifestyle changes.

Social Wellness

Social wellness focuses on your ability to connect with others. Meaningful relationships can help build a community that supports you in your journey of life. Social wellness includes healing family relationships that may be hurting or marriages in need of support.

Occupational Wellness

Occupational wellness is an exploration of career and professional choices. This can help build a sense of fulfillment and contribution to your family and community. A counselor can help with identifying your unique talents, interests, and work towards your occupational goals.

Spiritual Wellness

Spiritual wellness includes both faith-based counseling, Christian and Biblical Counseling, alongside tackling the question of "why?" Logotherapy (meaning-based therapy) is one such therapy that explores your place in the world and who you want to become. Christian and Biblical Counseling infuses counseling and scripture to give a biblical perspective on issues and how to solve them.

And More!

A mental health counselor is concerned with the whole person. Other types of wellness may include intellectual, environmental, and financial wellness.

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