eCounseling is a simple way to connect with your therapist through a secure, high definition video conference. eCounseling brings your counselor to you in the comfort of your home or office, via smartphone, tablet, Mac, or PC.
Our integrated approach takes the whole person – mind, body, and spirit – into consideration to help you achieve insight, healing, growth, and lasting change. We are experts in skillfully helping people face a wide range of challenges including anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship issues, PTSD, addiction, bipolar disorder and grief.
Groups and Classes
We offer a variety of classes and groups throughout the year on a variety of topics including mindfulness, parenting, social emotions for kids and teens, relationships, divorce, blended families, and more. Follow us on social media to see what’s coming up next.
Adolescence is a time of rapid changes that can present unique challenges as friendships and big emotions begin to take center stage in a teen’s life. Counseling is a safe place for your teen to explore their thoughts, feelings, and beliefs about the world as they journey from childhood to adulthood.
Many of our therapists specialize in working with children. We offer a variety of therapies including play therapy, attachment therapy, and EMDR to meet the needs of our youngest clients. If your child is struggling, counseling is a wonderful place for them to heal, grow, and learn to express how they feel.
Whether your relationship is flourishing or flailing, our therapists can help you and your partner understand each other better, manage conflicts in healthier ways, communicate more effectively, and build a relationship that is rewarding and resilient.
Parents and Family Therapy
Whether you are dealing with a strong-willed child, a family member with an addiction, a major life transition, the loss of a loved one, or the complexities of a blended family; our therapists will pull up as many chairs as you need for the whole family to work through things together.
Spiritual direction is a unique relationship between two people in which a trained spiritual director offers companionship and encouragement for the journey of faith. With empathy, insight, and wisdom, director and directee focus attention on the presence and activity of the Divine in the directee’s life.
When your job is caring for the spiritual growth of others, it is crucial that you take the time to tend to your own spiritual and emotional needs. Our therapists are trained to help people navigate the spiritual, existential, emotional, and theological issues that many clergy face in their roles as spiritual leaders in their congregations.