Like many providers in the counseling profession, Mr.
Soland is eclectic. He tries to find the orientation and
approach that will work best for each individual and
does not take a cookie cutter approach. He believes
the foundation to any good counseling is the
therapeutic relationship that he has with each
individual patient. That said, his primary therapeutic orientations are:
- Solution focused
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Eye movement desensitization reprocessing
- Transactional Analysis
Types of Problems
Mr. Soland works with most all psychological and
addictive problems as described in the Diagnostic and
Statistical Manual-Fifth Edition.
He works with patients of all ages: children, teens, adults, and geriatrics.
Typical patients with whom he works with are those who are
depressed, anxious, bipolar, having panic attacks,
have phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, personality
disorders, addictions, marital and partner relationship
issues, men’s issues, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
He declines to see patients experiencing problems with eating disorders.