Individual counseling is one to one counseling, developed to assist with life stressors such as life transitions, depression, and, anxiety.
Group counseling is usually between 8 and 12 participants, meet with a group leader to discuss a predetermined topic. The premise of group counseling is that the participants do not feel alone in the situation.
Tele-behavioral therapy is web-based counseling which provides the client with the same proven methods of treatment received in an office setting.
Family counseling is used to address changes or stress affecting a family. Such issues can include parent/ child problems, sibling problems, life transitions, and grief or loss. Any issues that affect the familial system can be addressed in family therapy.
We offer a variety of wellness groups to support the 7 major areas of wellness: environmental, emotional, social, spiritual, physical, occupational, and intellectual.
Breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.
Our expressive therapies include art and creative writing.
Meditation means to engage in a mental exercise (such as concentration on one's breathing or repetition of a mantra) for the purpose of reaching a heightened level of spiritual awareness.
Adventure therapy pushes you out of your comfort zone and builds confidence that can assist you in tackling difficult life challenges.
•Life Skills & Transitions
•Maladaptive Child & Adolescent Behaviors
•Child Protective Services
•Foster Care System
•Child and Adolescent Disorders (Conduct, Oppositional Defiance, ADD/ADHD and More)
•Impulse Control Disorders
•Marital and Premarital
•Trauma and PTSD
•Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
Types of Therapy
•Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
•Family / Marital
Consultations are 15-minute meetings designed to answer questions or concerns you may have regarding our services and your needs. Consultations are completed via phone and are free of charge. Consultations must be scheduled.