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:


This includes a broad spectrum of worries, fears, and panic that can interfere with daily life. It might be generalized anxiety about various things or more specific phobias or social anxieties.


This is more than just feeling sad or down. It’s a persistent low mood, lack of enjoyment, and changes in sleep, appetite, or energy levels. It can range from mild to severe.


This refers to the pressures and demands of life that can feel overwhelming. It can manifest in physical symptoms like headaches and fatigue, as well as emotional distress. It’s often related to work, relationships, or major life changes.

Relationship Issues

This covers a wide array of problems within families, couples, or friendships. It might involve communication difficulties, conflicts, trust issues, infidelity, or simply feeling disconnected.

Trauma and Loss

This includes the aftermath of difficult or painful experiences like accidents, abuse, violence, or the death of a loved one. It can lead to a variety of symptoms including flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, and depression.