How do I know if I need to see a therapist?

 If you are experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, you may consider

 making an appointment:

  • Insomnia or having difficulty sleeping

  • Angry without explanation

  • Experienced physical or emotional trauma

  • Feelings of worthlessness

  • Extreme sadness or loneliness

  • Anxiety that interferes with daily tasks

  • Lack of enthusiasm for life

  • Using drugs or alcohol to cope

  • You have tried everything you can to improve your situation on your own and you are not moving forward

"The only person you should try to be better than is the person you were yesterday."

                            ---Author Unknown

45-50 Minute Sessions

Fees vary per session depending on services

Cash, personal checks or credit cards accepted.  We currently do not participate

with insurance companies.

Therapy is a team effort.  The goal of counseling is to enable you to clarify and understand your thoughts, feelings and behaviors.  The main responsibilities of the client in counseling are to attend regularly scheduled sessions, talk about what is bothering you as openly and honestly as you can, and complete any tasks or "homework" assignments.  One of the most difficult steps in counseling occurs before you even see a counselor for the first time.  Deciding to seek counseling and making the appointment is the first step in change.