"Take the first step, no more, no less, and the next will be revealed."

Ken Roberts



Major Practice Proficiencies

* Individual Counseling
* Marriage and Family
* Coaching
* Health and Wellness
* Testing and Assessment
* DSM-V Diagnosis & Treatment
* Education / Schooling


* Children
* Teenagers And Young Adults
* Men
* Women
* Special Needs Individuals


* Child Abuse
* Domestic Abuse
* Emotional and Psychological Abuse


* Adjustment Disorders
* Anxiety Disorders
* Developmental Disorders
* Eating Disorders
* Impulse Control Disorders
* Mood and Depressive Disorders
* Personality Disorders
* Substance Disorders

Career and Education

* Learning Difficulties
* Professional Burnout
* Workplace Issues

Marriage and Family Counseling

Medical and Health

* Diet / Health / Wellness

Spiritual Growth

* Spirituality

Other Specializations

* Abandonment Issues
* Abortion and Post Abortion Healing
* Aggression / Hostility
* Anger and Anger Management
* Anxiety / Worry
* Body Issues / Body Image
* Boundaries, Establishing and Maintaining
* Caregiver Stress
* Communication Issues and Development
* Control Issue
* Finances and Debt, Managing and Overcoming
* Forgiveness, Self and Others
* Grief and Loss
* Identity Issues
* Individual Growth
* Midlife Transition
* Obsessions and Obsessive Behavior
* Panic and Panic Attacks
* Personality Growth and Issues
* Phobias and Fears
* Post Partum Depression
* Relationships and Dating
* Self Injury / Cutting
* Self-Esteem
* Stress Management
* Transitions Counseling
* Trust / Mistrust Issues
* Women's Issues

Q: How many counseling sessions will it take?

A: Every situation is different, and the degree of distress varies by couple, family and individual. There is no one answer to this question. Generally, the number of counseling sessions that you will attend before experiencing significant relief from distress will range between 8 and 12 sessions. As you might expect, there is no "quick-fix" to achieve true meaningful change, and your progress will depend largely on the energy and effort you put into counseling. By session 4 or 5, many do report having a better understanding of each other or themselves and what feeds their pattern of dysfunction. Having this knowledge alone gives much hope and insight to the problems and solutions at hand.

What to EXPECT the 1st Session?

* Review of Paperwork and Expectations
* Assessments
* Case History to Understand the History of the Problem, Strengths, & Weaknesses

Q: How frequently should we plan to attend counseling?

A: Counseling usually occurs on a weekly basis. In more delicate or tense situations, it might be more ideal to attend twice weekly. As you begin to feel more confident with managing your day to day life, sessions are scheduled less frequently.

Q: Do you accept insurance as a form of payment for counseling?

A: Insurance is not accepted at this time. Payment can be made by cash, check, or debit/credit card. You may choose to file independently for a reimbursement with your insurance company with a SUPERBILL which will be provided. Reimbursemnet is not guaranteed. SolutionsCounseling also offers a payment plan on a case by case basis.

Q: Do you accept Employee Assistance Programs or EAPS?

A: We do accept most EAP programs in which we will negotiate a price to assist you. Have your EAP company contact the office directly to set up a plan.