What is uleru

Uleru Institute (Uleru) is a holistic mental health services clinic based in Coconut Grove Florida. Uleru is founded on the vision to bring harmony to the world by guiding individuals to be their true selves and experience wholehearted living.

We are dedicated to offering the most innovative and dynamic path to personal growth and well-being by offering a wide range of psychotherapeutic services, programs and products through a multi-disciplinary approach to mental health.

Our commitment is to help individuals, families and organizations achieve their goals through the power of wholehearted living.

Psychotherapy and Counseling

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Individual Psychotherapy

A collaborative treatment based on the relationship between an individual and a psychotherapist.
Grounded in dialogue, it provides a supportive environment that allows you to explore and talk openly with someone who’s objective, neutral and nonjudgmental.
You and your psychotherapist will work together to explore, discover, uncover, identify, and change the many issues, thought, and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling your best.
At the first session, the psychotherapist typically gathers information about you and your needs. You may be asked to fill out forms about your current and past physical and emotional health.
It might take a few sessions for your therapist to fully understand your situation and concerns, and to determine the best approach or course of action.
There are a number of effective types of psychotherapy. Some work better than others in treating certain disorders and conditions.
In many cases, psychotherapists use a combination of techniques and approaches that will help you explore, process, and resolve the issues that are preventing you from been your best self.
The number of psychotherapy sessions you need — as well as how frequently you need to see your therapist — depends on such factors as:
  • Your particular mental illness or situation
  • Severity of your symptoms
  • How long you've had symptoms or have been dealing with your situation
  • How quickly you make progress
  • How much stress you're experiencing
  • How much your mental health concerns interfere with day-to-day life
  • How much support you receive from family members and others
It may take only weeks to help you cope with a short-term situation. Or, treatment may last longer if you have a long-term mental illness or other long-term concerns.

Process Group

A special form of psychotherapy in which a small number of people meet together under the guidance of a professionally trained psychotherapist.
Group therapy sessions offer benefits beyond informal self-help and support groups. Helping people to learn about themselves and to improve their interpersonal relationships.
It addresses feelings of isolation, depression or anxiety and helps people make significant changes so they feel better about the quality of their lives.
Many people find it is helpful to participate in both group therapy and individual psychotherapy. Participating in both types of psychotherapy can boost your chances of making valuable, lasting changes.

Multi-family Process Group

These groups are a form of process groups where family members of many families participate in order to address interpersonal issues and family dynamics. As with process groups, these groups are lead by trained professional.

Family Therapy

A form of psychotherapy that seeks to reduce distress and conflict by improving the systems of interactions between family members.
While family therapists often seek to have all family members affected by the problem in the room, that is not always possible or necessary.
What distinguishes family therapy from individual counseling is its perspective or framework, not how many people are present at the therapy session. This type of counseling views problems as patterns or systems that needs adjusting, as opposed to viewing problems as residing in the person.

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(305) 563-8508
2000 S Dixie Hwy - Suite 200
Miami, 33133 FL