Counseling

Adult (18-older) Counseling

Our services include Psychological Assessments, Individual (one-on-one) sessions, Trauma Resolution Therapy, Group Therapy, case management for outside referrals, and community resources are provided as needed. Sessions are generally 50 minutes unless the client requests differently.

Adolescent (15-17) Counseling

Our services for this age group include - Psychological Assessments, Individual (one-on-one) sessions, Educational Programs, MRT Group and Anger Management. Sessions are generally 30-50 minutes and can be scheduled after school or on available Saturdays. The parent/legal guardian of the adolescent will be necessary for the initial session.

Individual Counseling

One-on-one counseling is offered to address the needs of the individual. It takes a lot of courage to seek treatment for whatever the problem and we are here to provide a therapeutic setting allowing a person to explore the problem and seek a new direction. Counseling sessions are private and confidential.

Marriage-Couple Counseling

There are times in relationships when counseling is necessary to work through obstacles. Those obstacles might include communication struggles, infidelity, blended families, excessive computer/internet issues, and domestic violence. These are delicate situations and handled in a way that empowers the couple to grow together.

Trauma Resolution

Certified Trauma Resolution Therapists offer both individual and group therapy. Trauma Resolution is based on addressing the trauma from its origin (etiotropic) and resolving the symptoms that often reoccur. Common symtpoms include (but are not limited to) anxiety, sleep disturbance, depression, addiction, and isolation.

Something for Nothing

Shoplifting and minor theft program. This is a court referred program for those who have made choices that have resulted in legal problems. This specific values- and behavior-challenging program is offered in a unique 1-day workshop. Fee includes purchase of workbook and instruction. Challenging the high risk behavior is necessary before change can occur and values can be reestablished.