We currently have five very experienced (every therapist has more than 10 years experience), Masters level Mental Health Providers. Penne Schulz (Clinical Director) and Vicky Keller are Licensed Professional Counselors who are also trained and licensed to be Professional Supervisors (LPC-S) -- Another LPC is Janet Hooper who is an Advanced EMDR Therapist. And, then there is Cari Myers who is a Licensed Marrage and Family Therapist (LMFT). Cari is currently running a TEEN GROUP. And, we are all aboard with Monika Buchanan, MA, LPC who is another experienced and strong therapist. She works primarily with adults. We are in the process of becoming a training facility and we will be adding another Masters level provider who is in his licensure track. We provide counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, groups and families. Therapy takes place in an atmosphere of confidentiality, non-judgment, compassion and collaboration.
We are committed to making sure that there is a good fit between personalities and specialty of issues. One therapist may specialize in working with adolescents, another may specialize in couples, and yet another may be uniquely qualified in treating trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder and response (PTSD and PTSS). You get the picture.
Working with an advanced trained and experienced therapist can be very rewarding – creating the opportunity for life changing insight and healing. Sorting through issues, processing emotions, and teaching different ways of thinking and behaving is what we do best.
Areas of Focus
All couples go through difficult times. We fall in love, commit to one another through marriage or within our own hearts. Life moves so beautifully fluent... until it doesn't. One day we look up and realize that a small whisper of "something's not quite right" has turned into a screeching cry of "nothing is right!", giving chills - like fingernails on a blackboard... Or, worse, the deafening silence of that given up voice that can no longer find itself.
It helps if you don't wait until your relationship is in crisis. But, regardless, the benefit of getting professional help, or even a tune up for your intimate relationship might just save your intimacy. Taking care of your relationship means taking care of your family -- even if it's just the two of you!
Suicide Survivor Support Group
Substance Abuse Recovery Group