About Covenant Family Solutions

At Covenant Family Solutions we strengthen families through the pursuit of wellness. At our core, we believe strong families are the foundation of healthy communities. To help we offer counseling, therapy, and medication management services to serve your mental and behavioral health needs. To make it convenient to access service we have offices located in Cedar Rapids, Coralville, Marion, and Cedar Falls. We also provide Behavioral Health Intervention Services that help children and youth succeed.

Covenant Family Solutions

We're Here for you

The Covenant Family Solutions team includes therapists, counselors, and psychiatric nurse practitioners who strive to care for you as a whole person. People do not live in isolation. Relationships, family, and the workplace all impact a person’s health. As experienced providers, we specialize in serving patients of all ages who need help and are struggling with their mental health.

Our Solutions

Traditional Therapy

Traditional Therapy

Covenant Family Solutions provides individual, couples, and family therapy and treats a wide range of mental health needs. You may want therapy for any concerns affecting your life including, like low self-confidence, depression, and anxiety.

Play Therapy

Play Therapy

Children often can't talk about what they think and feel or why they misbehave. Play therapy allows children to express their emotions naturally in a safe and supportive environment. This helps them to process their problems and use natural resource to heal.



Teletherapy is a convenient option for people who struggle to find time to make it into the office for traditional therapy, or for those who live in an area where access to mental health services is limited. Because of the demands people have on their time we offer this convenient solution.

School-Based Therapy

School-Based Therapy

Through our school-based programs, we are able to offer services directly at your child’s school. We partner with local school districts to help their students. Our providers meet with your child during the school day. We work together with your child's teachers.

BHIS Services

Behavioral Health Intervention

Children and young adults may benefit Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS). This service are usually provided in the home and help children develop and use skills to overcome psychological disorders.

Medication Management and Psychiatry

Medication Management

Sometimes a person may need psychiatry services to help with their mental health. Our experienced providers provide personalized medication management care for your mental and behavioral health needs. The will work with you to find the best treatment options, so you can find more resolve and increased happiness in your life.

Mental Health Tips

Mental Health Awareness
Amy Reihman, MS, LMHC

Just Feeling Down? Or are You Suffering from Depression?

You may be reading this — now knowing that depression is not as rare as you once thought — and wonder “Do I have depression?” One of the most common misconceptions that I hear is the idea that in order to have depression a person must feel sad all of the time or cry frequently. While this can be a symptom of depression, it is certainly not the only one.

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Charlie White, TLMHC

How to Navigate Politics and Family Conflict

People tend to get particularly defensive when they feel outnumbered by those who do not share their view. In order to have a successful conversation, don’t go into it trying to change anyone’s mind. Rather, make it your goal to understand their view. “Help me understand your beliefs,” is a statement you could try. This might help the other person open up and realize they are not being attacked.

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Men's Mental Health
Nicholas D'Amico, MA, LMFT

New fathers can struggle with Postnatal Depression too.

For many men struggling with Paternal Postnatal Depression (PPND), the feelings of sadness quickly get entwined with other complicated emotions. In many situations this condition goes untreated. Men are often taught to hide sadness, pain, and other emotions. Expressing the feelings associated with PPND feels like weakness.

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