Welcome To Minds Together.

We are a private group practice setting offering mental health services to children, young adults, and adults of all ages. It is an honor and a professional responsibility that you have trusted me and my staff with your mental health concerns.

Our Services

Individual/Couple’s Therapy

Enhance your mental well-being with our personalized counseling for individuals and couples. Receive tailored support to nurture healthier relationships and foster personal growth.

Children, Teen And Adult Therapy

Empower growth and resilience with our tailored therapy for all ages. Navigate life’s challenges with compassion, fostering emotional well-being for thriving individuals.

Supportive Groups

Find strength in our supportive group sessions. Join a nurturing environment where individuals share, encourage, and grow together, fostering personal well-being.
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Message from The Founder

I, Jean Carlos Osorio, LCSW-R want to welcome you to Minds Together LCSW, PC, an outpatient mental health private group practice setting offering mental health services to children, young adults, and adults of all ages. It is not only an honor but a professional responsibility that you have trusted me and my staff with your mental health concerns. Here at Minds Together LCSW PC, you will find a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment where you can feel as an individual and not patient.

Who We Are At MindsTogether

Our professional licensed therapists provide motivational and compassionate support, thus enabling individuals to find strength and courage to face and cope with the arduous journey ahead while in therapeutic services. MTPC professional staff includes Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW), Licensed Master Social Workers (LMSW), Licensed Mental Health Counselors (LMHC), Cognitive Behavioral Therapists (CBT), and Cognitive Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CDBT).


What Our Clients Say About Us.

“I absolutely love this place. I’ve been attending this clinic for over a year, and it has completely changed my life. I’ve seen changes all throughout my life, all thanks to Jean Carlos Osorio who works here. I 100% recommend this clinic for anyone who struggling or needs help and doesn’t know where to exactly start.”
— Cesar G.
“Jean Carlos is AWESOME! He makes you feel so comfortable, that it makes it a lot easier to talk about your issues. He is very perceptive and in no way judgmental. He makes you reflect on situations as well as trying to see it from a different perspective. I highly recommend him.”
— Ceci N


Mental Health Consultation Asked Questions

Mental health encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act, and it plays a crucial role in how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices.
Signs of mental health issues can vary widely but often include changes in mood, behavior, or thinking. These changes might manifest as persistent sadness, excessive worries, drastic changes in eating or sleeping patterns, withdrawal from social activities, or unexplained physical symptoms. If these signs persist, it may be time to seek professional help.
Mental health disorders can result from a combination of biological factors (such as genetics or brain chemistry), life experiences (like trauma or abuse), and family history of mental health issues.
Yes, mental health problems are very common. According to the World Health Organization, 1 in 4 people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives.
Treatment varies depending on the disorder but may include medication, psychotherapy (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy or interpersonal therapy), lifestyle changes (like exercise and diet), and support groups. Often, a combination of treatments is most effective.
Some mental health disorders can be cured, while others are chronic conditions that can be managed effectively with treatment. The goal of treatment is to reduce symptoms, improve quality of life, and support recovery.
Improving mental health can involve a variety of strategies, including staying physically active, maintaining social connections, practicing stress reduction techniques (like mindfulness or meditation), getting enough sleep, and seeking professional help when needed.
Yes, medication can be an essential part of treatment for many mental health conditions, helping to manage symptoms and improve quality of life. It’s important to discuss the benefits and potential side effects with a healthcare provider.
Offering support involves listening without judgment, expressing concern and willingness to help, encouraging the person to seek professional help, and being patient as they navigate their path to recovery.
Help can be found through healthcare providers like psychiatrists, psychologists, and counselors. Community resources, support groups, and national mental health organizations can also provide guidance and support.
If you’re experiencing persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, stress, or other emotions that interfere with your daily activities and overall well-being, therapy might be beneficial. Additionally, undergoing major life changes, experiencing trauma, or having thoughts and behaviors that you find difficult to manage are signs that you could benefit from professional support.
Finding the right therapist involves considering factors like specialization (some therapists focus on specific issues like anxiety, depression, or PTSD), therapy methods (such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychoanalytic therapy, etc.), and your personal preferences (including the therapist’s gender, background, and approach). Recommendations from healthcare professionals, trusted individuals, and mental health organizations can also be valuable. Many therapists offer initial consultations to help determine if they are a good fit for you.
The first session is usually about gathering information, where the therapist will ask about your background, current concerns, and goals for therapy. It’s also an opportunity for you to ask questions and assess how comfortable you feel with the therapist. This session sets the foundation for your therapeutic relationship.
The duration of therapy varies widely among individuals and depends on factors such as the nature and severity of the issues being addressed, treatment goals, and how the therapy progresses. Some people find significant improvement within a few sessions, while others may engage in therapy for months or years.

A therapist is a broad term that encompasses professionals trained to provide therapy, including social workers, counselors, and marriage and family therapists.

A psychologist has a doctoral degree in psychology (Ph.D. or Psy.D.) and is trained to perform psychotherapy and psychological testing.

A psychiatrist is a medical doctor (MD or DO) who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders, and can prescribe medications.

Yes, therapy is confidential. Therapists are bound by confidentiality agreements to protect your privacy. They cannot disclose information about you without your consent, except under specific circumstances defined by law, such as imminent risk of harm to yourself or others.
The cost of therapy can vary depending on the therapist’s qualifications, location, and the length of each session. Many therapists offer a sliding scale based on income, and health insurance may cover part or all of the cost of therapy. It’s important to inquire about costs and insurance coverage upfront.
It’s important for the success of therapy that you feel comfortable and connected with your therapist. If you don’t feel like it’s a good fit, it’s perfectly okay to discuss your concerns with your therapist or to seek out a different therapist. Therapy is a very personal process, and sometimes finding the right therapist takes time.
Yes, many people find that a combination of medication and therapy is the most effective approach to treating their mental health issues. Medication can help manage symptoms, while therapy can help you learn coping strategies, understand underlying issues, and implement changes in your thought patterns and behavior.
Preparing for therapy can include thinking about what you want to achieve through therapy, any questions you have for your therapist, and any specific issues or incidents you want to discuss. Being open and honest during your sessions will help you make the most of your therapy experience.

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