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5 Signs It’s Time for Couples Counseling

Fighting is a normal part of every couples’ relationship, but if lately you feel like all you do is fight, it might be time take to take a new course of action. Couples counseling presents an opportunity for your spouse and you to have a safe and un-biased space to communicate what’s bothering you and work out the differences that are causing your conflict. Also, many couples are able to overcome communication divides and underlying problems that might have unknowingly been affecting their relationship. - Read More about 5 Signs It’s Time for Couples Counseling

Posted in Marriage, Relationships on Nov 27, 2016

The Cost of Marriage Counseling vs. Divorce

According to a 2006 article on Forbes.com, divorce proceedings can range from a few hundred to many thousands of dollars, with the average cost of a contested divorce ranging from $15,000 to $30,000. Most of this money is spent on legal fees." One gentleman told me that his divorce cost him upwards of $100,000. - Read More about The Cost of Marriage Counseling vs. Divorce

Posted in Marriage on Nov 20, 2016

5 Qualities Every Effective Psychotherapist Should Possess

While prescription medications are necessary for some of life's problems, it is no question than we live in an increasingly medicated country for issues that could be solved by other means. Psychotherapy, for instance, is not only less expensive, but it is an effective form of treatment for moderate to mild depression, anxiety, and several other mental health issues. - Read More about 5 Qualities Every Effective Psychotherapist Should Possess

Posted in Counseling on Nov 13, 2016

How Constant Tech Use Can Destroy Your Marriage

When phone and computer use runs rampant, it can cause your marriage to crumble. - Read More about How Constant Tech Use Can Destroy Your Marriage

Posted in Marriage on Oct 19, 2016

Drug & Alcohol Education Classes

If you have lost your driver's license or job due to drugs or alcohol use but are now on the road to recovery, I provide Drug & Alcohol Education Classes to help you get your license and job back. - Read More about Drug & Alcohol Education Classes

Posted in Drug & Alcohol on Sep 19, 2016

17 Reasons Why Counseling Is Worth the Drive

Years ago, I drove a loved one a long distance for regular counseling therapy. I found that an hour-and-a-half drive is nothing compared to getting the help you need when it is needed. - Read More about 17 Reasons Why Counseling Is Worth the Drive

Posted in Counseling, Family on Sep 12, 2016

11 Reasons I Love Marriage Counseling

Eleven reasons why I am a marriage counselor and love what I do. - Read More about 11 Reasons I Love Marriage Counseling

Posted in Marriage on Aug 22, 2016

Why Counseling Is Similar to Working for a Gold Medal

As we watch the Olympics, we are inspired by true greatness of effort and excellence by Michael Phelps, Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel and many others. - Read More about Why Counseling Is Similar to Working for a Gold Medal

Posted in Counseling on Aug 17, 2016

How Christian Counseling Could Benefit You

There is no possible way that I have all the answers for the problems that come to me as a counselor. So I "inquire of the Lord" for direction. He always leads me in the right direction and gives me incredible solutions to very difficult problems. - Read More about How Christian Counseling Could Benefit You

Posted in Counseling on Aug 08, 2016

Taking Your Child to a Counselor

Adults are not the only ones who stand to benefit from therapy. Taking your child to see a counselor can aid them in a number of areas: from helping deal with family stress to learning to handle their emotions. - Read More about Taking Your Child to a Counselor

Posted in Children, Family on Jul 18, 2016