Some of the reasons people profit from counseling include:
  • Feelings of hopelessness and sadness
  • Fear of being trapped in repetitive and self-destructive patterns of behavior
  • Lack of success in school or careers
  • Difficulty in maintaining close personal relationships
  • Recurring periods of anxiety and fear
  • Ongoing conflicts with family members
  • Overall dissatisfaction
  • Conflicts in the work place

Individual Counseling

Our approach to counseling is practical and goal-oriented. We help our clients set goals that can be reached by reinforcing behaviors they have used in the past but may not know how to utilize in order to reach present day goals.

Individual counseling effectively reinforces this already familiar but insufficiently utilized behavior.

Child and Adolescent Counseling

Early intervention is one of the keys to change with children and adolescents. Sleeping, eating, and limit setting issues, adolescent rebellion, depression, school phobia and school failure are among the issues addressed in child and adolescent counseling.

Problems that might seem overwhelming and patterns of communication that are unsuccessful can be identified and altered thereby creating a healthy and productive outcome.

Group Counseling

Group counseling is an invaluable asset to the learning that occurs in individual counseling. It is an opportunity to see how old and possibly maladaptive behaviors interfere with newly learned skills in actual real-life situations with other people.

Family Counseling

Seeing the entire family in counseling is sometimes the best approach for certain child and adolescent issues. With the entire family present, dysfunctional patterns of behavior can be identified and direct recommendations for change can be implemented.