The surprising answer is that most people could benefit from counseling at some point in their lives.
This is because all of us have either experienced, or will experience, difficult situations and times when we are afraid and uncertain of what to do.
During these times, it can be very helpful to discuss things with a qualified professional - such as a counselor or therapist.
Because counselors are not your friend or family member, they can help you discover a fresh perspective
while being objective and keeping your information confidential.
This partnership makes it easier for you to explore, discover and create solutions for life's challenges.
There are many times in life when counseling can be very helpful:
learning new skills to improve an unhappy marriage;
managing conflict with your child or teen; seeking more satisfaction with a family member,
relative, friend, loved one, boss, co-worker - or any other important person in your life
Childhood and Adolescence -
helping children and teens develop self esteem, social skills, emotional intelligence, career goals,
personal and sexual identity; coping with bullying, school problems, and life changes
strengthening communication and connection with your children; tools and coping strategies for
behavior problems like acting out and meltdowns; co-parenting strategies following divorce
working with overwhelming feelings of sadness, worry, stress, anger, disappointment, apathy, distraction,
disconnection, excitement, depression, fear, anxiety, rage, hopelessness, loneliness, or confusion
Grief and Mourning -
recognizing and honoring the loss of a family member, or an important person or pet in your life
through a process of finding more peace and resolution
Family Transitions -
adjusting to changes in your family including: marriage problems, separation, divorce, moving,
remarriage, and blended families
Career Directions -
exploring your strengths, skills, and interests to address work problems and discover a more
satisfying career path
Personal Growth -
discovering your goals and aspirations to find new directions, develop self-acceptance and
self-esteem, and live a more fulfilling life
Spiritual Growth -
cultivating a sense of purpose, meaning and contentment; integrating your values, faith and beliefs
into personal action; finding your place in the wider world; nurturing your relationship with
your Creator or Higher Power
Connect with a counselor to help you discover a life to love.