"Not until we are lost do we begin to find ourselves." - Henry David Thoreau

Individual Counseling

Counseling is a collaborative effort between the counselor and client to promote growth and healing. Professional counselors help clients: 1) Identify goals to reduce distress and improve well-being. 2) Identify and practice strategies to achieve those goals. 3) Monitor progress being made and adjust the approach as necessary. Individual counseling can improve communication and coping skills, strengthen self-esteem and self-compassion, and help the client engage more authentically with others. Individual counseling may also address relationship issues at times, but when doing so, it is from the standpoint of how the relationship concerns affect the individual and how the individual can make changes to improve the relationship.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one form of counseling we offer and is based on a model that our thoughts drive our emotional states, which drive our behavior.  As unhelpful thinking patterns are recognized and modified, distress is alleviated, and healing and growth are promoted. 

Marriage, Couple, & Family Counseling

Counseling to address relationship concerns. The relationship itself is “the client”. Each person in the relationship is engaged to improve the quality of the relationship. 

Child & Adolescent Counseling 

Counseling that addresses the concerns of minors, such as emotional distress, behavioral issues, and academic challenges. Also referred to as pediatric counseling or therapy. Concerns related to the parenting of minor children would be addressed in Individual Counseling. 

Coming Soon!

EMDR Therapy 

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a therapy method designed to help a person heal from the symptoms and emotional distress associated with trauma and other upsetting life experiences. Guided by an EMDR therapist and through a series of structured phases, a patient focuses on a distressing memory while using bilateral stimulation (side-side eye movements, tapping, or tones) to promote healing. This dual awareness helps lessen the intensity of the emotions associated with the troubling memory, allowing the patient to safely discuss, process, and create new associations and emotions connected with it so the memory is no longer disruptive.

Medication Management

Medication may be advisable as part of a patient’s treatment plan to help stabilize or alleviate symptoms of mental health issues. It is common for questions and concerns to arise when doing so. Is my medication working? What is the impact of this medication on my overall health and well-being? How will it affect my mind? What are the benefits and risks? What if I have to take different medications for different conditions? Can they be taken together? Working with a healthcare provider specializing in these medications can help answer these questions and ease concerns. Our providers will work with you to find what works best for you by monitoring and evaluating your medication(s) and making changes when needed.