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Life Transitions
Anger Management

Peer Relationships

Coping Skills
Relationships & Identity

Body Image
Sexuality Orientation

Gender identity

Children Therapy & Counseling:

The focus of children therapy is on the externalizing behaviors such as tantrums, defiance, and inattention that extend past the scope of normal developmental behavior and signal a more significant underlying issue. These disruptive actions are usually learned behaviors that interfere with a child’s ability to socialize with peers, succeed in school, and problem-solve. 

Couples / Marriage Counseling:

The focus of therapy is on the communication problems that contribute to distress in marriage / relationships.  Marriage therapy or couples counseling can help resolve problematic conflicts (Illness, infidelity, sex, anger) in a confidential and supportive environment which focuses on building trust in the relationship.  We also offer structured programs for those wanting to highlight certain areas of improved relationship

Family Counseling:
Family therapy is designed to promote better relationships and understanding of the family dynamics. Family counseling initially occurs with all members of the family unit present although sessions with individual members are often needed. 

Christian Counseling:
Christian counseling is the process of using the tools of the mental health profession, the truths of the Bible, and the wisdom of life experiences to help those going through difficult times. Counseling assists adult individuals and couples to overcome their personal obstacles, change unhealthy patterns of behavior, and live fuller and more productive lives. 

Substance Abuse:

Provide substance abuse assessments and evaluations for drug and alcoholic addictions. Services may include evaluation, educational information, and psychotherapy sessions. Services may be brief or comprehensive as needed and will monitor compliance with treatment goals or court orders.

Adolescent Therapy & Counseling:

Adolescents generally find it difficult to verbalize their feelings. They are often overwhelmed and confused by the complex emotions that come as they age toward adulthood. However, most emotional conflicts involve relationships with family members and peers or issues with adult expectations and academic pressures. 

Individual / Adult Psychotherapy:
Individual Psychotherapy involves meeting with a therapist one-on-one for the purpose of identifying problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and sensations with the goal to reduce emotional struggles.  The objective is to set attainable action steps each week and examine the internal and external barriers that present themselves. 


Addictive Behaviors

Mood Disorders
Family Conflict

Trauma and PTSD
Sexual Abuse
Domestic Violence / Abuse

Loss or Grief



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