Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates is proud to offer therapy in Danville, PA, serving surrounding Columbia and Montour County areas. Our private practice specializes in helping you improve your mental health and emotional well-being. We offer both in-person and online therapy appointments.
We offer marriage therapy, psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and other therapies to fit your unique needs. Call our office today to schedule an appointment with a certified therapist or licensed counselor.
1083 Bloom Road
Danville, PA 17821
Dr. John G. Kuna and Associates understand that with both your busy lives and the effects of COVID-19, coming for in-office therapy appointments in Danville may not always be the best option for you. That is why we provide telehealth, so we can be dedicated to meeting your needs wherever you are.
Why Should I Consider Therapy in Danville?
Considering therapy can have numerous benefits for individuals seeking to enhance their mental health and overall well-being. At Dr. John G Kuna and Associates in Danville, we offer a diverse team of professionals specializing in various mental health areas, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and more.
Therapy creates a secure and confidential environment where individuals can openly discuss their thoughts, emotions, and personal experiences with a trained expert who offers guidance and support. Moreover, therapy aids in developing effective coping mechanisms, enhancing communication skills, and fostering stronger relationships. Ultimately, therapy has the potential to be a transformative journey that equips individuals with the tools needed to navigate life’s challenges with increased ease and resilience.
How Many Therapy Sessions Will I Need?
The number of therapy sessions needed varies depending on several factors, such as the severity of mental health concerns, treatment goals, and individual progress. Short-term therapy, which typically lasts six to twelve sessions, can be beneficial for certain individuals as it focuses on addressing specific issues. On the other hand, long-term therapy may be necessary for others, lasting several months or even years, to delve deeper into underlying problems and provide comprehensive treatment.
The frequency of therapy sessions also differs among individuals; some see their therapist weekly, bi-weekly, or as needed. Ultimately, you and your therapist determine the duration and frequency of therapy sessions based on your unique needs and treatment objectives. It’s important to understand that therapy is a process that requires time for progress. However, with consistent effort and dedication, therapy can be a powerful tool for enhancing mental well-being.
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Mental health issues we can help you with:
Our licensed and experienced staff are trained to assist you with various mental health struggles, whatever your situation. While we work directly with individuals who experience mental illness, we also are here to help those seeking help during stressful times, bereavement, grief, life changes, and for self-care purposes.
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- Alcohol and Drug Addiction
- Bipolar disorder
- Domestic Abuse
- Eating disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, OCD
- Mood disorders
- Personality disorders
- Trauma and PTSD
- Thinking disorders
- Sexual Abuse
- Other issues we can assist with:
- Life Changes
- Relationship issues
- Marriage counseling
- Family issues
- Impulse control
- Chronic illness counseling
Don’t feel as though any of these issues fit your situation? Please contact us if you are struggling with something and are unsure if our Danville, PA, office can help you.
- Elders (65+)
- Children (6 to 10)
Communities we stand with:
- LGBTQIA+ community
- Gay Allied
- Lesbian Allied
- Bisexual Allied
- Non-Binary Allied
- Queer Allied
- Racial Justice Allied
- Transgender Allied