Individual Therapy

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How will I/we benefit from counseling?

Counseling may be helpful for you if you are feeling anxious, unhappy, or unfulfilled. You may have tried to cope with your problems on your own but you find it difficult. Counseling can help you develop the skills and strategies needed to make your life and/or relationship work.


Counselors do not make judgments about the rights or wrongs of a situation. They listen, encourage you to talk openly and honestly about your concerns, and help you reach your own decisions about the best way forward. Counselors help uncover underlying issues and address them.


Counseling has one definite and clear purpose: to provide an opportunity for clients to work towards living in a way he or she experiences as more productive and satisfying. 

What will counseling be like?

Our counselors view each session as an opportunity for growth and exploration, helping each individual person to view themselves through the eyes of a compassionate stranger.
Our counselors view their work not as listening to problems but as listening for solutions and self defeating thoughts and behaviors.  Through understanding, empathy, decision-making, and goal setting, dramatic personal change can lead to a greater sense of hope and happiness for both the client as an individual and, subsequently, those in the client's life. 
There is much to be learned through human connection and contact, and there is no better place to start or continue this process than a counselor's office.

What are the benefits of counseling?

  • Improved Communication
  • Enhanced Relationships
  • A Happier Family
  • Peace of Mind
  • Improved Self-Esteem
  • More Satisfaction Out of Life
  • Personal Growth
  • Understanding About Self and Others

What issues does your counseling service deal with?

 Some of the range of issues dealt with include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety issues
  • Stress management
  • People seeking personal growth and development
  • Separated parents concerned about the needs of their children
  • People lacking confidence and low self esteem
  • Eating disorders
  • Anger issues
  • Teen and Parent problems
  • Childhood mental health disorders
  • Post-traumatic issues
  • Grief and Loss
  • Parenting difficulties
  • Sexual problems
  • Communication
  • People experiencing relationship, marriage and family difficulties
  • People seeking to enrich their relationship and/or family life
  • People considering separation or divorce
  • Partners from different cultural backgrounds with different expectations
  • Differing family backgrounds
  • Couples dealing with infidelity
  • People in relationships where there is violence
  • Couples facing changing roles - balancing work and family
  • Couples in second marriages - step family difficulties