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Our Services

Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment

Screening & Testing

Individual Therapy

Marriage Therapy

Premarital Counseling

Family Therapy

Faith-Based Counseling

Career Counseling

Small Group Therapy 

Consulting Services

Our services begin with a comprehensive assessment that involves a conversation between you and your provider. The assessment helps develop an accurate picture of the problem and determine which service is right for you.  We also provide substance use and career assessments, and a wide variety of screening tools and tests to obtain additional information that may be helpful during the assessment, and throughout therapy. From here, therapy goals and objectives are established, and your progress begins. 

Common problems we treat:

Academic Underachievement 
Acute Traumatic Stress
Anger Control
Antisocial Tendencies
Attention and Concentration
Body Dissatisfaction
Borderline Behaviors
Bipolar Depression
Blended Families
Chronic Pain
Communication Skills
Controlling Behaviors
Criminal Behaviors
Disordered Eating 
Disruptive Behaviors
Emotion Regulation
Family and Sibling Conflict
Financial Stress
Grief/Loss Unresolved
Hyperactivity and Hyperarousal
Identity Confusion
Impulse Control
Intimate Relationship Conflict
Job Dissatisfaction

Juvenile Delinquency
Marital Separation/Reunification
Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviors
Oppositional and Defiant Behaviors
Paranoid Ideation
Parental Substance Abuse
Parent-Child Relationships
Parenting Skills
Phase of Life Problems
Poor Self-Care
Poor Support Network
Pornography Addiction
Posttraumatic Stress
Professional Development
Relapse Proneness and Prevention
Sexual Promiscuity
Sleep Disturbance
Social Anxiety
Social Skills Development
Spiritual Confusion
Spiritual Development
Stress Management
Substance Abuse
Suicidal Ideation
Treatment Resistance
Unplanned Life Transitions 
Workplace Conflict

Simply, evidence-based.

Our providers use gold-standard therapies so that you experience your progress from the start.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Cognitive Processing Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Person-Centered Therapy
Mindfulness Practices

Trauma Therapy
Exposure Therapy
Solution-Focused Therapy
Strengths-Based Therapy

Behavioral Activation Therapy
Brief Psychodynamic Therapy
Gottman Method Couples Therapy
SYMBIS Assessment

Certificate Programs

Participants will earn a certificate of completion when the program requirements are met. These programs are completed one-on-one or in a group format. Therefore, there's no wait to begin! All certificate programs are administered by a licensed clinician, and each program consists of best practices in counseling and psychotherapy. Programs are offered in a series of sessions and insurance is accepted.

Strong Families

Being a parent is one of the most important roles in life, but it can be extremely challenging. In this 8- session course, parents will be equipped with the top skills and tools to create and maintain a healthy family. This course is for parents of both children and teens. It's designed to address the unique challenges of each individual family. Participants will cover the following topics and skill sets:

  • Understand your child or teen’s stage of development and how to respond to their social, emotional, and physical needs

  • Identify your current parenting style, increase flexibility, and develop realistic expectations

  • Understand the significance of time and meaningful interaction with your child

  • Implementing The Five R’s: Rules, Rewards, Responsibilities, Routines, and Happy Rituals

  • Learn Positive Parenting techniques that promote good behavior

  • Establish limits and reasonable consequences and follow through calmly

  • How to guide your child toward acceptable behaviors and self-control through modeling

  • How to coach your child through emotional outbursts, melt-downs, and rage

  • Learn effective ways to reduce family conflict

  • How to monitor your child’s activities using The 5 W’s

  • Understand and develop family protective strategies

  • Identify, teach, and reinforce pro-social values, establish meaningful family traditions, and integrate faith and spirituality

Adults & Teens

Anger is a normal human emotion, so it's important to understand it and learn how to respond. In this 10-session course, participants will be equipped with the best skills and perspectives needed to prevent the negative consequences of mismanaged anger. Participants will cover the following topics and skill sets:

  • Understand healthy vs. unhealthy anger, how we know it has become a problem, and identify the negative consequences

  • Learn how to analyze an episode of anger and identify events and cues that often contribute to an escalation

  • Learn and integrate evidence-based strategies to manage anger daily

  • Learn about the aggression cycle and practical ways to interrupt the cycle

  • Understand and apply the A-B-C-D Model as a form of cognitive (thinking) restructuring; incorporate mindfulness practices and calming techniques

  • Learn about assertiveness, the Conflict Resolution Model, and how acting in an assertive manner can reduce conflicts we have with others

  • Consider how anger and other negative emotions are/were expressed in your family; analyze how past family interactions inform current thoughts, feelings, and behavior.

  • Identify, challenge, and adjust core beliefs about yourself and the world that often lead to an episode

  • Identify and adopt the character you want to demonstrate to your family and community

The COPE Program
Children, Teens, and Young Adults

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We are now offering the COPE Program to children, teens, and young adults! COPE is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) skills-building interventions that help individuals face their fears and take control of their emotions by reducing negative or unhelpful thoughts, increasing healthy behaviors, and improving communication and problem-solving skills. When people learn to COPE in positive ways, the brain grows new pathways to better manage stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms. Through a series of 7 easy-to-follow sessions, this evidence-based program offers hope for change and enhances resilience for all! 

Intense Emotions


Some youth experience emotions more intensely than others. Our Intense Emotions program consists of 6 sessions with an emphasis on emotion and behavior regulation skills. It is based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) often used to treat a wide range of conditions including mood and anxiety issues, personality disorders, self-harm and suicidality, traumatic stress, various addictions, and more. If you would like to learn more adaptive ways to manage painful feelings, reduce self-destructive behaviors, and enhance social functioning, this program is for you!

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