Heart and Solutions LLC offering mental health counseling

We're a strength based counseling agency.

Heart and Solutions is a strength based mental health counseling agency serving Iowa individuals, couples, and families with our team of dedicated therapists.

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Is Counseling Right For You?

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There are many ways to identify that yourself or a loved one could benefit from Mental Health Therapy or in-home Behavioral Health Intervention. Here are a few common examples:

  • Difficulty concentrating or following directions at work or at school
  • Being bullied or bullying others
  • Changes in sleeping or eating patterns
  • Relationship difficulties such as divorce or separation
  • Difficulty coping with grief of the loss of a loved one, job or life change
  • Difficulty adjusting to a move or change
  • Changes in the family such as the addition of a new child or pet
  • Difficulty resolving conflicts with peers or loved ones
  • Difficulty resolving conflicts with peers or loved ones
  • Feelings of depression, anxiety, sadness, excessive worry or stress
  • Thoughts of harming self or others
  • Difficulty with identifying and expressing emotions
  • Experiences of trauma or abuse

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Your Mental Health Matters

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Nothing is more important than your mental health. Our 40+ team members offer mental health counseling and behavioral health counseling support to individual adults, children, couples, and families at our seven office locations. We partner with community school locations to provide therapy services in the schools or through telehealth. Behavioral Health Intervention services (BHIS) are available for children ages 4-18 at the office, in school and right in the comfort of your own home. Telehealth counseling services are available for therapy or for BHIS by phone or computer.

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Where to find us

Ames

Visit us at 511 Duff Avenue, Ames, Iowa 50010, United States
Call us at (800) 531-4236
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Cedar Rapids

Visit us at 1630 42nd Street Northeast, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402, United States
Call us at (800) 531-4236
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Davenport

Visit us at 2208 East 52nd Street, Davenport, Iowa 52807, United States
Call us at (800) 531-4236
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Grundy Center

Visit us at 626 G Avenue, Grundy Center, Iowa 50638, United States
Call us at (800) 531-4236
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Mason City

Visit us at 100 1st Street Northeast, Mason City, Iowa 50401, United States
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Waterloo

Visit us at 3261 University Avenue, Waterloo, Iowa 50701, United States
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Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: What Does It All Mean?

What Does It All Mean?

Whether or not you’re looking forward to this year might depend on how you made sense of last year. Without dissecting all of the potentially polarizing events of 2021, I think we can all agree that things haven’t seemed “normal” for a while. Not to forget the sweeping impact COVID-19 has had on our lives, but we’re all still dealing with our own individual “stuff” too.

Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder or SAD, is a type of depression related to changes in the seasons. SAD can appear during late fall or early winter and go away during the sunnier days of spring and… (Click for full article)

Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: Boundaries

Boundaries

Boundaries. You may hear that word a lot, either from your therapist, pop culture references, or trending social media conversations on mental health. But what are boundaries, really? Let’s start with what boundaries are not…. (Click for full article)

Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: Improving the Parent-Child Relationship

Improving the Parent-Child Relationship

Attachment is the way in which children come to trust, understand and thrive in their world. The parent-child attachment is one of the most important attachments in a child’s life. One approach to help improve the parent-child relationship is called Theraplay.

Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: But How Did They Live?

But How Did They Live?

It can be easy to get caught up in the how or why they died. The questions can become unrelenting. But would you take a moment with me today to remember and share stories of how they lived? The everyday things they found joy in, the silly quirks they had, their smile, their laugh, the things they did that annoyed the snot out of you… 

Heart and Solutions Therapist Written Article: Trauma-Informed Yoga

Trauma-Informed Yoga

Traditional talk therapy has often been seen as a primary approach to trauma treatment. However, research now shows that yoga can significantly reduce symptoms of PTSD.

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