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Individual Counseling

Individual counseling gives you the opportunity to develop a sense of who you truly are. It also helps you discover your attitudes, feelings, and behaviors might negatively affect your environment, leading you to discover your true positive potential.

I create a comfortable, non-judgmental environment that aids you in finding solutions to your problems.


Some common reasons given for seeking individual counseling include:



Trauma (past and present)

Parent/child issues

Marital concerns

Substance abuse

Heath concerns

Family of Origin issues

Medication concerns

PreMarital Counseling

Seeing a couple prior to conflict, as in the case of premarital counseling, often ensures a less rocky start to the marriage. This is a perfect platform for highlighting those touchy areas that if not discussed can become major marriage threatening issues.  


Marriage Counseling

Working with a couple that is experiencing conflict and is looking for help with moving its relationship forward.





Recurring/Ongoing issues


Problem solving

Health issues

Substance abuse issues

Blended family

Couples Counseling

Some common reasons given for seeking marriage counseling include:

Family Counseling

Families that communicate well will stay well. I involve the whole family in this process. At times mom and dad might come in, or the kids on their own, or any combination thereof. I also provide up-to-date information on the world children and adults live in.  


Some common reasons given for seeking family counseling include:

Family strategies

Divorce support

Blended family


Substance abuse issues


Tween/Teen Counseling

A safe place is offered to your tween/tween to explore and discuss sensitive issues they are facing. I use a collaborative problem solving apporach involving the child, parents, physicians, teachers, school counselors, mentors, and others.


Some common reasons given for seeking tween/teen counseling include:

Gender confusion


Eating disorders

Suicidal thoughts/attempts

Failing grades

Substance abuse issues

Behavioral problems

Attention/Focus/Organizational issues

Oppositional and defiance issues

Medication concerns