Many people have found that counseling does not yield the results they desire. They often come to me after seeing other counselors complaining that all the other therapist did was listen and nod. “You actually tell me what I can do” is a phrase I hear often. Many clients want more direction than some counselors are comfortable giving.

I approach counseling with the awareness that you are ultimately responsible for the changes you will make during therapy. This focus guides the therapy process from goal setting to completion of therapy. Changes are cooperated upon according to your desires, values and abilities. I make a point to create a light and often humorous environment while at the same time challenging you to take a more an active role in improving your life and the therapy process.

Your experience at Family Integration Counseling will take place in a peaceful and secure environment. Confidentiality and security are essential. Multiple entrances and exits allow ease of access. Calm waiting rooms and therapy rooms are designed to meet the needs of clients, whether individuals, couples or families.

Therapy is a mixture of support and confrontation. You will be educated, challenged and supported as you make changes in your life. Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused strategies are combined to identify the best methods for your life. Interested in solutions you can try now?

Group therapy encourages shared growth and participation. Members learn from each other, challenge each other and share the cost of counseling. It is truly the most economical, and often most effective strategy for some problems. Group Treatment for DUI/DWAI builds on the most accurate research available while recognizing many good people make bad choices. If you’re one of those people and want an experience where you will feel supported but challenged to change at the same time, we might just me your solution.