Sometimes in life, we need someone to walk alongside us—to see our situation from a different perspective, and to help us find healing and momentum in life. We offer counseling including, but not limited to, the following issues.
Want to ask our counselor about your particular needs?
We've all gone through times of sadness and discouragement. But some of us face seasons where the sadness becomes a darkness that we fear will never lift. If you are in that season, don't stay there alone. Let's talk about how to get out of that valley together.
Truly loving another person is one of the most wonderful things in life, but it's also one of the most challenging. If you're struggling in your relationship to connect, to communicate well, and to have healthy conflict, we would be honored to help you with that.
Life is too complex to be summed up in a text box. There's no way to perfectly describe your situation because your life is unique. But there are very few situations that can't be greatly helped by someone coming alongside you. Whatever your situation, don't go it alone.
Family can be a place of love and belonging or of hurt and tension. The reality is often a significant mix of both. If your home life is not what you want it to be, let's sit down and talk about how you can change things together and turn your house back into a home.
Raising children is the toughest balancing act in the world. “Be a parent, not a peer” but be careful, “rules without relationship only cause rebellion.” So much competing advice can make your head spin. Let's figure out together what your kids uniquely need from you.
When we hear “addiction” most of us think of drugs and alcohol. But those are not the only kinds of addiction. Anything we develop an unhealthy dependence on can be an addiction. Food, exercise, games, work, media, relationships. Whatever has a hold on you, you can be free.
Adolescence is a terribly confusing time. It seems like everything is changing—their bodies, relationships, responsibilities, sense of self—and it can feel like there's no solid ground. A safe place and a listening ear can go a long way towards bringing some stability.