About Us


All professional counselors have three things in common, so if you choose to work with a counselor you can expect:

1: A Client-Centered Approach That Focuses on You

A professional counselor’s first goal is to get to know their client(s). Professional counselors want to see your challenges from your perspective and strive to meet you where you are. 

Expect your professional counselor to be interested in hearing about you and your life. A professional counselor is likely to ask you questions about yourself. It is important for your counselor to learn about all areas of your life, because what is happening in one area may affect other areas, such as your relationships or self-esteem. They will likely ask you about your hobbies, your relationships, and your work.

By creating a safe, non-judgmental environment, and actively listening, professional counselors help you to explore what’s troubling you. As counselors get to know you and listen to your concerns, wishes, and goals, they help you develop insight so that you can identify and get to the root of your challenges.

It’s important to understand that every person is unique and brings a wealth of experiences and diversity. Professional counselors prioritize your individuality, so no two people who work with a counselor will have the same experience. Counselors regularly utilize evidence-based practices based on research to ensure top quality care.

2: A Wellness-based Philosophy

Counselors are committed to helping you achieve wellness in every area of your life. Traditionally, healthcare has used a disease model, identifying and treating symptoms and their underlying causes. While professional counselors are trained to diagnose and treat mental disorders, they can also work with you to improve your overall wellbeing. Whether you are struggling with life’s adversities or just looking to live a better life, a counselor will approach your treatment with your mental, physical, and spiritual wellness in mind. Additionally, counselors take into account your unique culture and experiences. They want to help you understand what is holding you back from achieving wellness, and help you build the knowledge and skills you need to come up with real solutions and healthy coping strategies for the challenges you are facing.

3: A Professional Commitment to Ethical and Culturally-Inclusive Practice

Counselors are committed to ensuring that every person who seeks counseling receives ethical, culturally-inclusive service that benefits and protects every client. We embody this commitment by following the ACA Code of Ethics.

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