A variety of therapeutic approaches are utilized to meet the specific needs of each individual client.

We Work With Individuals, Couples, and Families

Individual Therapy

One-on-one sessions with a therapist designed to help work through a variety of personal issues that influence an individual’s well-being.

Couples Therapy

Therapy focused on helping couples work through challenges, understand their relationship better, and develop healthier ways of interacting with one another.

Family Therapy

Counseling that is designed to reduce distress and conflict by addressing specific issues affecting the health and functioning of the family unit.

My Expertise

Mental illnesses include numerous different conditions in varying degrees of severity, ranging from mild to moderate to severe. These conditions can vary in impact, resulting in functional impairment, which significantly interferes with or restricts some major life activity. Mental illness is more common than people may know.

In 2019, the National Institute of Mental Health estimated that 51.5 million (20.6%) adults aged 18 and over in the United States were diagnosed with some type of mental illness in the previous year. While this is an astonishing number, it does not include the number of children who receive mental health services.

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, an estimated 49.5% of children presents lifetime occurrence of any mental illness. The most prevalent diagnosis is ADHD. Why are the statistics needed? Because the need to address this issue is enormous.

Based on the statistics, one could presume that everyone knows someone who might benefit from some type of mental health services. While there are many benefits of mental health services, not all services are the same. We specialize in the following:

Performance Enrichment

Performance enrichment identifies and applies psychological principles to help shift the mindset of individuals or organizations toward wholeheartedly believing in their own abilities. Facilitates breaking through the mental barriers that hold an individual or organization back from performing at optimal human performance.


Anxiety is the most common mental health illness in the US that involve excessive fear or anxiousness. It is a reaction to stress with feelings of constant worry, an inability to focus, or feeling like life is moving too fast.

Stress Management

Stress management involves the use of techniques intended to equip an individual with effective coping mechanisms for handling psychological stress. Learning to manage or control one’s level of stress.


Depression is one of the most common mental health illnesses in the US that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. It causes feelings of sadness and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems that decrease your ability to function at home and at work.

Parenting Issues

Parenting issues involve a child’s primary caregivers, who may be a biological, adoptive, or foster parent, or another relative who fulfills a parental role. The parenting issues are usually associated with impaired functioning in behavioral, cognitive, or affective areas.

Grief and Loss

Grief is an emotional reaction to loss. The more significant the loss, the more intense the grief is likely to be. Grief is expressed in many ways and can affect every part of your life. This process takes time and involves various emotions and behaviors.


The process that enables individuals to become powerful enough to participate directly in controlling and influencing events and institutions through increased awareness and understanding of factors that have a direct effect over their life. The degree of autonomy and self-determination that enables an individual to represent their interests in a responsible and self-determined manner, operating on their own authority.

Relationship Issues

Relationship issues occur as a normal part of dealing with differences in ideas, beliefs, and perspectives between two individuals. Counseling can help individuals understand why things have gone wrong, factors that contribute to the issues, and how those issues can be conquered to build stronger, healthier relationships.


Trauma results from an event, a series of events or set of circumstances that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or threatening. It has long-term adverse effects on the individual’s functioning and physical, social, emotional or spiritual well-being.

Coping Skills

Coping skills enable people detect, appraise, deal with, and learn from stressful encounters. These skills, behavioral or psychological, are employed to master, tolerate, decrease, or minimize stressful events. Learning how to manage and deal with stress.

College Admissions

Learning how to complete and submit applications, write essays, search for scholarships, prepare for entrance exams (SAT and ACT), and mock interviews.

Career Transitions

A multifaceted process with many variables that involves self-assessment, exploration, decision-making, goal setting and action planning, job search, and career management. These transitions can be voluntarily or involuntarily.


Spirituality describes an innate need for humans to search for connectedness between him/herself and a higher power or purpose. Through self-discovery or a sense of inter-connectedness with humanity and nature, individuals emerge with confidence the interpretation of life as meaningful and purposeful.

Family Conflict

Family conflict refers to struggles or disagreements between family members due to opposing opinions and viewpoints.

Self Esteem

Self-esteem describes a person’s overall subjective sense of personal worth or value. It is based on an individual’s opinions and beliefs about themselves. Also, how much they appreciate and like themselves.

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