Live Well Counseling & Therapies
We work with people of all ages, from children and teens to adults, couples, and families who need a little help working through issues. Whether you are suffering from a mental health disorder, you need help learning to cope with stress, or want strategies to communicate better with those you love, we can help.
Our trained therapists use evidence-based therapies and treatments to help you work through things that are keeping you from living life to the fullest. We have experience in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and mind-body bridging techniques and will find the ones that work best based on your situation.
Family therapy sessions can help everyone, from blood relatives to adopted families, foster families, extended families, and step-families, learn healthy ways to communicate and work together. These sessions overcome dysfunction, strengthen family bonds, and build connections for a happier, healthier home.
We all struggle with some of the challenges in life, but you don’t have to go through those struggles alone. Individual therapy allows you to work through your personal thoughts and feelings with a trained therapist to learn healthy ways to cope and build confidence.
Not sure if you need couples therapy? A couples checkup is a short 30-minute session to help you understand what couples therapy can provide, discuss your concerns, and determine with the therapist whether counseling is right in your relationship.
The time during pregnancy and after the birth of a child is a time when many women are at higher risk of developing depression, anxiety, and other mental health disorders. It’s important to know you’re not alone, and working with a therapist can help you successfully get through these challenges so you and your baby can be happy and healthy.
Therapy for children and teenagers is designed to help address behavioral and mental health issues, cope with stress, communicate with others, and successfully navigate the world and connect with those around them. It can also help them work through trauma, grief, loss, anger, and other issues.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a proven therapy to help people deal with trauma, PTSD, and other mental health challenges and overcome them. Studies have shown it’s an effective way to recover from severe emotional trauma quicker than with just traditional therapy.