Without Walls Counseling PC
Healing People At The Root...
Without Walls Counseling’s (WWC) mission is to facilitate opportunities for recovery, resiliency, and wellness to individuals and families affected by mental health, including substance abuse disorders, maladaptive behaviors including sexual addiction, anxiety, depression and mood and personality disorders. We believe a person’s feelings and behaviors are influenced by his/her perceptions and core beliefs; thus, negative thinking patterns are one main cause of crisis. An example of negative thinking is “all or nothing thinking” and “black and white” thinking. By assisting clients to perceive events objectively and modify their irrational beliefs and negative thinking patterns; we anticipate they may become more successful in achieving life goals. Our treatment model is designed and offered to promote personal development, resulting in overall quality and enjoyment of daily life.
Without Walls Counseling offers short- term acute resiliency- oriented treatment modalities including individual, family, couple, and group therapy, as well as life coaching that is modified to fit the needs of each person. Our programs are strategic towards change and solution so that life- long skills are established for stabilization and recovery so that the individual’s life is enhanced.
We also offer a 90- day intensive coaching program, Armani Retreat. Armani Retreat takes an intensive look at three areas: mental/emotional health, spiritual health, and physical health. Armani offers self- guided classes, guided meditation, prayer, physical health consultation, and personalized workout- plan to ignite an overall life restoration.
Our goal is effectively provide culturally diverse clientele with therapeutic services that aim to bring about restoration and healing at the root of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health concerns.
Goal of Therapy & Coaching
Our goal of therapy and/or coaching is to use evidence- based practices that support and guide the client into living the life that they dream of and hope for. We desire to see your life include a reduction of substance abuse and relapse of unhealthy behaviors, an increase in the level of functioning for clients with mental illness and behavioral disorders, improved self- monitoring and self- regulation, modifications of core beliefs and automatic thoughts that lead to unwanted behaviors, reduction of self- destructive behaviors, and the ability to consistently incorporate these skills into everyday life. We are here to help you recover, heal, develop, and see you live your best peaceful and free life!
I am sure you are asking, “What is a human helper?” We characterize a human helper as a person that is supporting and championing you on your health and wellness journey. Our human helpers do not try to have all the answers. However, we do have an abundance of experience, tools, and resources that have proven effective over the years. We are cheering for your success and overall joy in the work you are doing to achieve your best life. We are thankful that you have chosen us to be a part of your journey.
WWC employees and subcontractors and all persons doing business with WWC, including support staff, protect and guard client confidentiality and financial information. WWC Confidentiality Policy forbids any attempt to access, use, disclose, any information outside the scope of our mission and the requirements of the informed consents. WWC policy defines confidential information as defined in the Alabama (or prospective state) Code of Ethics, HIPAA, and tele-health and online mandatory requirements, from being accessed, disclosed, or released in any format by or to any person, business without proper consent of the individual client and/or legal representative.
Clients should contact 911 or go to the nearest emergency room for immediate emergencies. Emergency services will be provided by your specific therapist or life coach. Clients are provided emergency phone contact information and procedures at the onset of services. Clients are referred to the Jefferson County Crisis Center at 205-323-4777, National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800- 273-8255, and Jefferson County United Way at #211 for additional assistance that is not emergency related. You can also reach out to the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 for 24/7 support and referrals.
Meet the Founder James Wells, ABD,LPC-S,NCC,SOTP,CSAT
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