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Individual

Counseling

There are times in our lives when we feel overwhelmed and life simply doesn't make sense. Times in which the only desire is to give up. These are the times when Individual Counseling might bring the hope that will get us through these difficult times.  

Couples 

Counseling

When the communication, passion, and love starts to slip away the future might seem uncertain and at times scary. Couples Counseling gives couples the chance to speak freely to each other with a mediator present to provide advice and assistance.

Family 

Counseling

Almost all families enter into therapy because something unpleasant is going on—an illness, a death, addictions, behavioral problems, or relational problems. These issues take a toll on everyone. Family therapy is a way to help cope with these things, which is different than making them go away

Anger 

Management

Anger management and stress management work in similar ways. Mainly because anger and stress are very similar to each other. Both anger and stress have the capability to hijack our thoughts and actions and we find ourselves doing and saying things that would otherwise be out of character for us. 

Depression

Counseling

Depression is the constant feeling of sadness and discontent. People who are depressed might feel unmotivated and lethargic. Depression can vary from severe to a milder form. Depression is one of the most common reasons that people come in to see a mental health counselor.

Death

of a Loved One

The loss of a loved one can leave us feeling empty, lonely and at times angry. Confusion seems to become our new life and the only thing that makes any type of sense. However, reaching out for help and talking about our loss can help us redefine what we're left with and bring hope to what seems hopeless. 

You Don't Have to Face It Alone

" At any given moment, you have the power to say: This is not how the story is going to end."

~ Christine Mason Miller