Marriage Counseling is aimed towards helping couples recognize and resolve issues within their marriage and improve their relationships. This includes premarital counseling, communication problems, sexual difficulties, differences regarding child rearing or blended families, infidelity within the marriage, and divorce.
Family counseling focuses on the family as a whole and how it functions as a system. This includes children having problems in school, issues with substance abuse, major changes in the family structure (such as a relocation of the family home, a death in the family, a birth in the family, or a natural disaster), domestic violence, divorce, discourse in the family home or anything else that affects the family as a unit.
Individual counseling is an opportunity to receive support through trying times. We help individuals who suffer from depression, anxiety, domestic violence, anger management, substance abuse, marriage and relationship issues, parenting problems, career changes, as well as other personal struggles someone may be dealing with.
Adolescent counseling is counseling for children between the ages of 6 and 17. Common problems that we treat are difficulties in school, depression, anxiety, major changes in the family structure (such as a birth or the death of a family member), parents are divorcing, as well as numerous other common issues that face today's children and adolescents.