Family Bridges

Therapeutic Associates LLC
"Bridging the gap between families and the community."
 

Family Bridges Therapeutic Associates LLC

 

Counseling Services for Children, Adolescents, Families, and Adults

 

Melissa Muse, EdD, LPC, LPC-S

Phone  843-240-1782

Email    mmuse57679@aol.com

 

 

Angie Dosemagen, MEd, LPC

Phone 843-240-1783

Email angieflangie@aol.com

 

Offices Located at:

635 S Hazard St. Georgetown SC   29440

1801 Legion St. Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

 

Fax 1-888-282-6745

 

 

Family Bridges was founded in 2001.   The therapists have worked in the counseling field for over 24 years.   Our therapists are licensed by the state and are affiliated with numerous professional organizations.  

 

Family Bridges specializes in child, adolescent, and family counseling: Trauma, domestic violence, behavioral problems, ADHD, anxiety anger, depression, family relational problems, adoption, and school functioning issues.

 

 

Family Bridges uses a cognitive behavioral approach in addressing individual and family needs

 

 

Family Bridges accepts insurance to include:

 

Medicaid

Medicaid HMO’s

Blue Cross/ Blue Shield

Companion

PAI

Cigna

Humana/ Tri Care

Self Pay

 

Other insurance may be accepted, each individual should contact their provider

 
 

Other Specialty Services

  • Comprehensive, and Diagnostic Assessments

  • Non-offending Caregiver Therapy for Children with Sexual Behavior Problems

  • Adolescent Sex Offender Therapy

  • Treatment for Interpersonal Violence

  • Co Parenting Therapy (Between Two Homes)

  • Parent Training

  • Family Reunification

  • Therapeutic Supervised Visitation

  • Clinical Supervision

  • Consultation

  • Training / Workshops

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

What is DBT?

 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a research supported model used to treat suicidal and other self-destructive behaviors. DBT has been shown to effectively address borderline personality disorders/ traits.  It utilizes a Cognitive Behavioral Approach to identify/ change negative thinking patterns and increase positive behavioral changes. 

 

Who is eligible for this treatment?

Teenagers or adults with acute difficulties re: affect regulation, interpersonal deficits, and self-harm behaviors. 

 

 

What does DBT therapy consist of?

Formal assessments to identify and address risks, negative cognition's, and  problematic behaviors

6-12 months of Individual Psychotherapy

Detailed Behavioral Analysis

Homework/ Skills Practice

Educational Skill Based Group

 

4 Modules (click model for document)

Mindfulness

Distress Tolerance

Interpersonal Effectiveness

Emotion Regulation

 
  • South Carolina HIPAA Compliance Notice Form

  • Consent for Treatment

  • Insurance Company Authorization Form

  • HIPAA Privacy Form

  • Patient Registration Form