“To dare is to lose one's footing momentarily. Not to dare is to lose oneself.” – Soren Kierkegaard

It takes courage to come to counseling. We have a team of counselors to choose from, all who are committed to listen, empathize, and walk alongside as you share your story, struggles, goals and dreams.  If you’re not sure whether to meet with a counselor by yourself, or whether to bring a partner or family member to counseling, give us a call. Our customer care coordinator can help you decide.

"Very insightful and helpful team, our family is forever grateful for the change you helped to bring about..."
- Former Client
"I have my son back! Your solution-focused approach was right on..."
- Former Client
"Thank you for saving our marriage and helping us to find love again."
- Former Client
"I loved their approach…I found the results I had been wanting for years."
- Former Client

Individual Counseling

Our team of counselors are here to walk alongside you as you navigate challenges in life. Individual counseling can help you reconnect with your personal strengths and resources in a way that can promote a stronger sense of well-being.

Our counselors will meet you wherever you are at, helping you strengthen your unique identity while finding your path to a life that is more balanced, full and free.

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  • Anxiety
  • Assertiveness/Boundary formation
  • Autism/Aspergers (PDD)
  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Grief/loss
  • Obsessive Behaviors/Tendencies
  • Life Transition
  • Religious/spiritual issues
  • Sexual addiction

Couples Counseling

There are a number of negative relationship patterns that can create discontent for couples. This is especially true if you are trying to communicate your experience, needs and desires in a way that only seems to antagonize your partner.

If you desire to increase respect, affection, understanding and closeness in your relationship, and you recognize a need to communicate more effectively and resolve conflict, then couples counseling may be right for you. We frequently find that each partner has good intentions but keeps “missing” the other. Although it is normal for relationships to have ups and downs, sometimes a couple will not be able to resolve issues on their own.

We help couples learn to communicate more effectively, resolve conflict, affirm one another and recognize each other’s needs. We also help couples heal from the deeper wounds of betrayal, pornography, infidelity, or revitalize their marriage after years of neglect.


Prepare/Enrich Program is for couples in the pre-marriage stage, cohabitating couples, and married couples. The Prepare/Enrich Inventory is a 165-item questionnaire that assesses relationship strength and growth areas, and also looks at how family backgrounds and personality styles impact the relationship. If you are interested in the Prepare-Enrich Program, please contact us for more information.  You can find more information about the inventory at the Prepare-Enrich website.

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  • Communication/Conflict
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Infidelity
  • Intensives
  • Strengthen Intimacy
  • Re-establish Connection
  • Healing Hurt

Family Counseling

Families have the potential to offer each family member feelings of safety, significance, and belonging. However, sometimes love and acceptance can feel strained or out of reach.  Families are under a lot of stress these days and undergoing a lot of change. Although one family member may be identified as “having the problem,” it is likely the entire family is contributing.

Whether you are dealing with parent-child conflict, blended families, educational challenges, parenting stress, boundaries with teens, or coping with a life-threatening illness, family therapy aims to help each member develop healthier communication and find solutions that benefit the entire family system.  

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  • Blended Families
  • Communication
  • Coping with life-threatening illness
  • Developmental education
  • Increasing family connectedness
  • Parenting
  • Parent-child conflict
  • Adoption/Attachment
  • Sibling rivalry
  • Teen/Boundaries