Clinical Counseling Services

Your Story Matters... but it doesn't decide your future!

Everyone has a story and what we do with it is what matters most. Together we can take what feels shattered and make a beautiful future – one that reflects a million points of light! You’re not alone. The darkness stops here. We have seen what healing and hope can do! We are here to help you find that peace and a brand-new path forward!

Group Therapy

Group Therapy

a form of psychotherapy where a small group of individuals, facilitated by a therapist, come together to share experiences, support each other, and work on personal growth.

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy

is a one-on-one therapeutic process where a person works with a therapist to explore personal issues, gain insight, and work towards emotional healing and personal growth.

Family Therapy

Family Therapy

is a form of psychotherapy that involves the entire family unit, seeking to resolve conflicts, improve communication, and strengthen relationships within the family system.

Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

also known as marriage or relationship counseling, is a form of therapy that helps couples address and resolve issues, improve communication, and strengthen their relationship.

Therapy Methods

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a psychotherapy technique used to treat trauma and other psychological issues. It involves the use of bilateral stimulation, such a as eye movements or hand tapping, to help the brain reprocess distressing memories and reduce their emotional impact. By stimulating both sides of the brain, EMDR helps individuals process traumatic events more effectively and find resolution.


Person-Center Therapy

PCT is a form of therapy that places emphasis on the client’s own innate capacity for growth and healing. The therapist provides a supportive and nonjudgmental environment, where the client is encouraged to explore and express their feelings, thoughts and experiences. The goal of person-centered therapy is to foster self-awareness, self-acceptance and personal growth.


Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

DBT is a type of therapy that combines elements of cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness practices. It was originally developed to treat individuals with borderline personality disorder but has also been found to be effective for other mental health conditions. DBT focuses on teaching individuals skills to manage their emotions, improve relationships and regulate impulsive behaviors.


Imago Relationship Therapy

Imago therapy, also known as Imago Relationship Therapy, (IRT), is a form of couples therapy that focuses on healing and transforming relationships. It aims to help couples understand the root causes of their conflicts and establish a deeper connection by learning to communicate effectively and empathically. By addressing childhood wounds and patterns, imago therapy seeks to create a safe and nurturing environment for couples to grow and develop a more fulfilling relationship.


Parent-Child Interactive Therapy

PCIT is a therapy approach that aims to improve the relationship between parents and their young children. It involves teaching parents specific strategies to promote positive behaviors and manage challenging behaviors in their child. PCIT has been found to be effective in reducing behavior problems in children and improving parent-child relationships.


Child-Parent Psychotherapy

CPP is a therapeutic approach that focuses on improving the relationship between young children and their caregivers. It is designed to address the impact of traumatic experiences on the child-parent relationship and promote healing and resilience. Through a combination of play-based intervention and parent support, CPP aims to enhance the child’s social and emotional development while strengthening the caregiver’s ability to provide nurturing and responsive care.

Meet Our Counselors

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