Purpose & Mission
We offer a variety of services to meet your individual concerns. Our therapists are experts in specific forms of therapy that are helpful for particular needs.
We are experts in skillfully helping people face a wide range of challenges including anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, PTSD, addiction, bipolar disorder and grief. Our therapists are licensed in adult, child, adolescent, couples and spiritual counseling.
We offer classes, group therapy and events throughout the year on a variety of topics including mindfulness, parenting, social emotions for kids and teens, relationships, divorce, blended families, and more.
We believe community mental health doesn’t happen in insolation. Our licensed therapist are active in the community and Mosaic works alongside other non-profits in the region to provide care to those who may otherwise not be able to afford it.
EAST TEXAS’ LARGEST NON-PROFIT COUNSELING CENTER
Welcome to Mosaic
Our approach to care
We’re pleased that you are exploring the possibility of counseling for yourself or someone that you love.
We know that counseling can be very helpful when people are going through difficult times.
It is our privilege to journey with you for a season of your life.
We offer cutting-edge and evidence-based techniques tailored to your specific needs.
We are willing to work with your healthcare providers of choice to improve outcomes.
Our staff are uniquely trained and equipped to incorporate and honor your individual beliefs and practices.
We believe that each one of us should be surrounded by people who care about our well-being.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does counseling cost?
Counseling costs may vary by the type of counselor you see, what you are being seen for, and where you choose to get your care. As a nonprofit, Mosaic is able to significantly reduce the cost for most of its clients – while maintaining a high quality of care. In some situations, we may also be able to establish temporary payment arrangements to meet your family’s temporary need.Cost Calculator
How do I choose a therapist?
Choosing a therapist can feel overwhelming. This is why at Mosaic, a team of trained client services representatives listen carefully to your therapy goals and personal preferences and matches you with a therapist that best fits you. Common things that impact choosing a therapist include the flexibility in the dates and times you are available, whether or not you want in person or video-based counseling, the therapeutic modality best suited for your therapy goals, and whether or not your insurance covers the provider you want. At Mosaic, we take additional steps to ensure that we honor your individual beliefs and practices.
How often should I attend a therapy session?
The decision to begin therapy is often life-changing, and we want to meet people where they are. Most people will find that it takes a few sessions to build trust and gain an understanding of the goals of therapy. During this process, you and your therapist will work together to establish a routine for therapy that meets your goals. Most clients may come once or twice per week and others may come once or twice per month.
Is individual therapy or group therapy better?
It is important to understand that there is rarely a single solution to anything. You and your therapist will work together to establish a variety of activities that are designed to meet your goals. These activities might include both individual and group sessions, but may also include weekly outside activities, studying material, journaling, physical activity and many more. Each of these tools offers specific and unique benefits.
What do you do at a therapy session?
What happens in a therapy session varies widely depending on your willingness to participate in the process, the therapist’s professional training, the type of therapy used in your sessions, and the pace of therapy that you and your therapist agree to. Mosaic offers a variety of evidence-based and innovative treatments that include cognitive behavioral therapy, traditional psychotherapy, eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing, emotional freedom technique, exposure and response prevention therapy, play therapy and many more. Be sure to check out our videos on what happens in therapy.Videos