Therapy is Healing is a Private Practice that provides Individual and Group Therapy for children adults through a HIPPA compliant Telehealth platform. We currently hold licenses in the states of Florida, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C and New York. At this time we do not see clients in person.
We believe that every individual should have the ability to access affordable mental health care to address obstacles and stressors. We recognize the need in our community to provide services in a culturally responsive, LGBTQ+ affirming way. We provide a safe environment geared to the needs of our clients.
Our team has a wealth of experience and is trained in cultural competence and the delivery of client-centered care. We specialize in treatment of depression, anxiety, anger management, substance use disorders, post traumatic stress disorder, gender identity, personality disorders, and other stress related disorders.
Mental Illness can impact not only your mental health, but your overall well-being, and the well-being of your loved ones. Our goal is to help individuals, and families reach mental wellness by collaboratively developing healthy coping skills, healthy communication and social changes that improve clients’ way of life.
We believe in not just addressing emotional needs, but the physical, social and spiritual needs of the individual and their families. Our services include Individual Psychotherapy, Group Therapy and Mental Health Assessments.
We would be honored to support you in addressing your mental health concerns. Roshelle Wilder is currently accepting Optum Health Insurance (UnitedHealth Care, Oscar, Avmed) and Self-pay clients.
Glorianny Guzman is accepting self-pay clients.
Behavioral Health Treatment and Counseling
Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counseling.
Group therapy can help people improve their mental health. It involves at least one mental health professional and two or more people in therapy. Many use it to address a specific mental health concern. The group dynamic often helps people feel supported as they move forward. Whether your goal is growth, improving social skills, or something else, group therapy could help you achieve it.
A biopsychosocial assessment helps counselors, social workers and other behavioral health professionals learn about their clients on multiple levels and better understand their subjective viewpoint. As a result, biopsychosocial assessments enable therapists to diagnose and effectively treat their clients.