Skip to main content


Scroll Down for More Information

Expectations of Therapy

The first session of therapy often focuses on gathering information. A therapist speaks with the person in treatment about their past physical, mental, and emotional health. They also discuss the concerns bringing the person to therapy. It can take a few sessions for a therapist to have a good understanding of the situation. Only then can they address concerns and determine the best course of action.

The person in therapy can also use their first session to decide if the therapist’s style is a good fit for their needs. Finding a therapist you are comfortable with is vital to successful treatment. It is important to talk about the type of therapy to be used, treatment goals, session length, and how many sessions are needed.

Many therapists encourage people in treatment to do most of the talking. At first, it may be hard to talk about past experiences or current concerns. Sessions may stir up intense emotions. It is possible to become upset, angry, or sad during treatment. However, therapists can help people build confidence and become more comfortable as sessions progress.

Who We Treat




Ages 10 and Up



ADHD Evaluations - Ages 5 & up

What We Treat

Anxiety & Mood Disorders
Trauma and Abuse
Addictions (e.g., Substance Abuse, Sexual, Pornography)
Relationship & Divorce
Marriage & Family
Parenting Issues
Anger Management
Premarital Counseling
At-Risk Youth Issues
Spiritual Growth

How We Treat




Community Education/Workshops


Additional Information

• If you are paying with insurance, please bring your insurance card with the required co-payment.  

• If you need anything before the time of your first appointment, please give me a call.  If it involves a mental health emergency, please call 911 immediately for assistance.  

• When you come in, please come into the lobby and have a seat and someone will be with you shorty.