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Counseling Services

People enter counseling for many different reasons, including depression, anxiety, substance abuse, bad habits, parenting challenges, anger, work stress, and relationships issues.


Our team of therapists/counselors have decades of diverse professional experience and are able to address the challenges most people encounter.


Counseling can take many forms, including individual, family, and marital/couples therapy.  We strive to be flexible and thoughtful in order to best serve you.

Models and Methods of Counseling

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT)



Interpersonal & Dynamic Therapies

Adlerian Psychology

Systematic Desensitization

Mindfulness-Based Meditation

Support Groups

Common Symptoms and Areas of Concerns

Anger, Depression, Grief, Mood Irritability, Mood Swings, Mania, Bipolar Substance Abuse, Disordered Eating, Self-Esteem, Assertiveness, Anxiety, Worry, Panic, Posttraumatic Stress, Obsessive/Compulsive Issues, and Phobias Chronic Pain. Migraines, Enuresis, Coping with Medical Conditions. Habit/Lifestyle Concerns Inattention, Procrastination, Motivation, School, and Work Performance. Behavior Problems Relationship Conflicts, Marital Issues, Parenting Challenges, and Family Dynamics

Clinical Hypnosis

How can Hypnosis Help?

In some cases, the use of hypnosis can be an excellent method for reducing human suffering.  Specifically, hypnosis is helpful for reducing anxiety and improving one’s mood and focus. 


Clinical hypnosis can also be used to work through difficult memories and eliminate phobias.  Other uses of hypnosis include alleviating migraines and chronic pain, reducing gastrointestinal discomfort and stopping enuresis.


What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a relaxed state of focused attention which allows improved communication between the mind and body.  Every individual has hypnotic ability in varying degrees, and through practice and repetition, most individuals are able to experience improved changes in perception, sensation, thought, and behavior.

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