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Individual counseling involves meeting with a therapist one-on-one for the purpose of reducing internal suffering which may be occurring in the form of problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, and even physical responses.

Non-judgement Mental Counseling for:

Depression and mood disorders

Anxiety and phobias

Interpersonal issues

Problems with relationships

Grief and loss

Addictions and abuse

Compulsive disorders


In addition, ongoing psychotherapy is a common and useful means towards nurturing self-growth and self-
awareness. Many people find they enjoy therapy and relish the journey as they become more conscious about
themselves, their inner world, and their relationships.


As with all personal medical records, your private health information is protected by federal law. You can contact us with questions without providing personally identifying information. Any communications between you and your counselor is private, and consistent with Federal law, will not disclosed to any unnecessary persons without your express consent.

Other Counseling Options