Individual therapy is a form of counseling in which the client is treated one-on-one with a therapist. It may encompass many different treatments and may be approached differently for each person. The goal of therapy is a common need to learn more about ourselves through personal insight and emotional support.


Couples counseling involves both partners in an intimate relationship forming a therapeutic relationship with a trained counselor, at the same time. The focus of couples counseling is on improving the quality of the relationship for both partners. Couples counseling looks at issues like communication, honesty, shared responsibilities, commitment, and mutual support.


Family therapy involves members of the nuclear and/or extended family with the aim of improving communications between them and the ways in which they relate to each other. The most common method is based on family systems theory.


Parents need support and counseling can offer assistance to families in helping them define their beliefs, strengthening and empowering them so that they can foster the optimal development of children, youth, and adult family members.


Children’s therapy includes a variety of counseling techniques and methods intended to help children and adolescents address specific issues such as difficult emotions, behavior challenges, family changes and transitions, or childhood trauma. It can have a significantly positive impact on childhood and the process of becoming an adult.


The counselor will work with clients in understanding their dynamics of anger and their symptoms of anger and will provide clients with the tools to cope with stress, to relax, to change disruptive thinking patterns, and to solve problems and communicate effectively with others.


The counselor will work with clients in exploring the foundations of their depression and provide clients with various treatment options to decrease or eliminate distressing symptoms.


The counselor will work with clients in understanding how stress impacts their body and mind and help the clients develop positive coping mechanisms so they can manage and decrease their stress level and be empowered to face life challenges.


Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss, loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed, a deep mental anguish, a sadness caused by someone’s death. Grieving is a very personal experience. Significant grief responses which go unresolved can lead to mental, physical, and sociological problems and contribute to family dysfunction across generations.


Loneliness is a universal human emotion; it has no single common cause, so the preventions and treatments for this damaging state of mind vary. While common definitions of loneliness describe it as a state of solitude or being alone, loneliness is actually a state of mind.

Mental Illness

Mental illness affects persons of any age, race, religion, or income. It is not the result of personal weakness, lack of character or poor upbringing. Mental illnesses are treatable. Most people diagnosed with mental illness can experience relief from symptoms by participating in an individual treatment plan. Recovery is possible.

Career Planning

The counselor will work with clients in identifying their career objectives and marketable skills, developing or modifying their resume, learning interviewing and networking skills, and locating possible career opportunities.

Family Dynamics

Family dynamics are the interactions and interrelationships between and among individual family members. Even though families are made up of individual members, themes and relationships are reflected in the family as a whole.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences.

Pre-Marriage Counseling

Premarital counseling prepares couples for marriage and can help ensure that you and your partner have a strong, healthy relationship, as well as helping to identify potential weaknesses in your relationship prior to entering a marital union. Premarital counseling gives couples a stronger foundation for a stable and satisfying marriage.

Marriage Counseling

Marriage counseling, also called couples therapy, helps couples recognize and resolve conflicts or address specific areas of concern and improve their relationships. Marriage counseling allows couples to make thoughtful decisions about their relationship, including working to rebuild communication, trust, and intimacy. Marriage counseling is often short term and typically includes both partners.

Crisis Marriage

Half of all marriages end in divorce. Couples seeking crisis marriage counseling typically are on the brink of divorce, separated, or desperately seeking help for a marital disaster. Crisis marriage counseling helps couples find hope, support, and stability in difficult circumstances.

Divorce / Marriage Issues

Each individual carries his or her own unique and individual personality traits. Personality theories state that one’s personality is influenced by several different factors. This can include one’s individual traits, characteristics, developmental influences, behaviors, desires and wants among others.

Personality Analysis

Each individual carries his or her own unique and individual personality traits. Personality theories state that one’s personality is influenced by several different factors. This can include one’s individual traits, characteristics, developmental influences, behaviors, desires and wants among others.

Social Acceptance

An individual’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by society. Individuals evaluate and perceive their own idea of self by comparing them to the current ideas of others in hopes to be accepted into a social group.

Childhood Disorders

Children do suffer from disorders typically thought to occur only in adults. Learning and conduct disorders, substance abuse, conditions such as autism, depression, and suicide occur in youth. It is important to seek treatment as soon as possible, allowing children to grow into happy, productive adults.

Group Counseling

Group Counseling is a type of psychotherapy consisting of a small group of several individuals with shared experiences who are all working toward a similar goal. These individuals meet under the guidance of one or more group facilitators / counselors.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

PTSD is a condition triggered by a terrifying event. It can occur after someone goes through or sees a traumatic event such as: combat exposure, child sexual or physical abuse, terrorist attack, sexual/physical assault, serious accident, natural disaster.

Men’s Issues

Men may experience a variety of issues including broken relationships, financial hardships, and shifts in identity, sexual difficulties, anger management, emotional disconnection, and spiritual emptiness. All can be avenues where men feel the need to seek help.

Sexual Addiction

Many individuals struggle with a propensity to view pornography or compulsively masturbate. Sometimes this behavior can lead to extramarital affairs or other behaviors. Counseling is a safe place to talk about this and seek help in overcoming these addictive patterns.

Same-Sex Attraction

Christians that struggle with unwanted same-sex attraction often feel guilt or shame and do not feel comfortable sharing their struggles with others. A Biblical approach to sexuality and living in freedom and a scientific understanding of sexual development can help individuals to find freedom in Christ.

Sexual Identity

Fostering an identity in Christ for the Christian is of utmost importance. Because of our sexual nature and the exploitation of sexuality in the media, humans can get mixed signals about their identity and their created intent. Counseling can help.