Your therapist can help you learn about yourself. Perhaps there are patterns of thoughts, behaviors and emotions that are causing you pain. Therapy can help you cope with a major life change, your past, or dysfunctional behavior patterns. Whatever it may be, we are ready to help you if you have experienced:

  • Loss of self: depression, anxiety
  • Terminal illness
  • Death
  • Loss of Employment or Income
  • Incarceration
  • Divorce
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Survivor’s guilt
  • An abusive relationship


Initial Assessment:

Your therapist will take direction from you in a treatment plan in which you identify the problems you want to work on and the goals you want to accomplish.


The best method of therapy will be discussed with you. The pace, direction and content of the sessions will be determined by you.

With the assistance of your counselor, you will develop a different perspective about yourself, your relationships, your stressors, and triggers. At the end of treatment you will apply new “coping skills” that you can use long after therapy has ended.


Good couples therapy can help you to get “unstuck.” If you know the relationship is not working and previous attempts have failed, we are here to help.

Children & Adolescent
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