- Individual Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Children (ages 3-11)
- Adolescent Counseling (ages 12-18)
- Counseling for Therapists or other Medical or Helping Professionals
Our therapists are specially trained in play therapy which is the gold standard for working with children as young as three to nine years old. Play is natural, effortless and abundant during childhood and is well understood to be a child's method of understanding, learning and making sense of their world. Play therapy uses this developmentally appropriate communication in the therapeutic environment. In addition to being the most effective mode of communication for young children, play is also fun! Children look forward to their counseling appointments and parents enjoy the effective results.
Sand Tray & Activity Therapy
While play therapy is developmentally appropriate for children under nine years of age, children ages 10 to 14 can benefit from the use of play-based techniques or therapeutic activities which bridge their concrete developmental nature to the abstract world of solutions. Our therapists are specially trained in using sand tray and therapeutic activities with tweens. Tweens enjoy the benefits of a fun and engaging therapy hour and parents will appreciate their tweens motivation towards growth and change.
Request an Appointment
You may give us some additional information and we can contact you to schedule your first appointment.
Mission and Vision
We believe the intersection between compassionate care and the use of evidence-based or efficacy-based treatment is the key to long-term change.
We believe therapists who remain at the forefront of knowledge, education, leadership and practice are the most adept at providing efficient and effective care. Our therapists have earned specialty designations or certifications in various treatment modalities and remain committed to a lifetime of learning.
Many clients see a reduction in symptoms of the original problem in as little as 6 - 8 sessions. Treatment plans are designed to alleviate troublesome symptoms in addition to meaningful life change.
You may complete the Appointment Request Form or call the office at (509) 292-3588