Counseling and Psychotherapy
No matter the circumstances you are facing, we will work with you to create the care plan that is tailored to your individual needs by utilizing a variety of approaches including Cognitive/Cognitive Behavioral, Compassion Focus Therapy, EMDR, Family Systems, Person-Centered, Play Therapy, Psychodynamic, Psychoeducational, Sandplay, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, or exploring Spiritual Issues. From traditional therapy to natural alternatives, our therapists are experienced in treating a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues and provide services that span from intensive therapy to educational and problem solving tools.
Anxiety, Depression, Grief Counseling, Trauma-Informed Therapy, EMDR, Couples Counseling, Parenting Support, Play Therapy, Stress Management, Neurobehavioral issues such as ADHD, ODD, OCD, RAD, Anger Outbursts, Sensory Sensitivities, etc.
Faith Based Counseling available upon request
PLEASE NOTE: We perform ONLY Comprehensive Assessments that involve psychological testing. We are not willing to do evaluations that only involve an interview and a few behavior checklists.
Your usual mental health coverage will apply to the initial session and the final follow up session.
We do not accept insurance for the 2 sessions of psychological testing, scoring and report writing which will cost a total of $300 – you will pay $150 each session.
We currently have a wait list of up to 2-4 weeks after your intake forms are completed
Requires @ 4 hours of face to face appointments, First and Last session can be done via Audiovisual Conferencing and can be billed to your insurance. Sessions 2 and 3 must be in person (1 of these sessions must be during morning hours) and will cost $150 each.
Clients will not be added to our wait list until all paperwork has been completed
Attention Assessments are done Sunday to Friday during daytime hours
Current clients and clients who live close by and/or are referred by local physicians have highest priority on our wait list
To begin the process of becoming a client or returning as a past client, click here.
How does therapy help?
Depending on your present situation and your reasons for seeking help, there are many benefits to therapy. If you are seeking diagnosis or treatment for a mental illness, therapy can help you better manage your symptoms, outbreaks, and triggers. It can also offer you increased coping skills and open your eyes to new ways of dealing with situations that you may not have been aware of before. Therapy can offer problem-solving skills, provide support, and help you work through life changes, allowing you to see your circumstances as a personal growth opportunity instead of a burden or obstacle.
While the decision to begin therapy is an individual choice, in many regards it may be helpful for everyone. There are a wide variety of reasons to begin therapy ranging from a diagnosed mental illnesses to help managing daily stress or a transitional period of your life. It is your treatment plan that will vary based on your individual circumstances.
We can’t change difficult situations of the past, but we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By seeking therapy, you are taking responsibility and action to change what no longer works in your life. Whether you simply want to explore new possibilities or you are desperate for relief, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.