In Association with Franklin Training and Consulting, Inc.

Psychotherapy * Consulting* Life Coaching * EAP * Supervision * Psychiatry

The purpose of counseling is to help clients achieve their personal goals, and gain greater insight into their lives. One hopes that by the end of this process one will be more satisfied with his or her life.
Counseling is NOT a process where the counselor tells the client what he or she should do or decides choices for the client to make. Rather it is an opportunity for the client to come to a greater understanding of the person that he or she is with the help of the counselor.

We provide treatment for a range of issues, including:


Symptoms often include hopelessness, fatigue, irritability, restlessness, and a loss of interest in activities, among others.


Anxiety comes in many forms, including panic attacks, obsessive-compulsive issues, anxiety in social situations, post-traumatic stress, and a more general feeling of discomfort and unease.

Addiction and Recovery Support

Addictive cycles typically involve despair, shame, and a desire to escape difficult emotions. We help our clients break these cycles and create more meaningful, positive, and nourishing cycles.

As people enter recovery, therapy can also serve as a useful support and source of encouragement and a time for deeper personal exploration.

Marriage Counseling

We are, at our core, relational beings. The quality of our intimate relationships determines the majority of happiness (or suffering) throughout life. We help couples break years, even decades, of negative interactional patterns and help them form safe, secure, and authentic relationships with each other.

Premarital Therapy

Couples planning to marry or who have recently tied the knot have a unique opportunity to explore their relationship in premarital therapy. Within therapy, couples are able to improve their communication skills and identify ways to avoid potential problem areas.