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In individual counseling sessions, your therapist listens to your concerns and provides support, guidance, and feedback as you work together to identify patterns of behavior or thought that may be contributing to your life challenges.

Your therapist is trained to address a wide range of issues, including:
depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, relationship difficulties, or other mental health concerns. The therapist may also help you develop coping strategies, build resilience, and learn new skills to manage your emotions and improve your overall well-being.

Your therapist will work collaboratively with you to set goals, track your progress, and adjust the treatment plan as necessary as you go along.



Couples therapy is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on improving the quality of the relationship between two people in a romantic partnership. The goal of couples therapy is to help partners understand and communicate with each other more effectively, improve their emotional connection, and develop healthier relationship patterns.

In couples therapy, your therapist works with both partners to identify areas of conflict and explore the underlying issues that may be contributing to your difficulties. Your therapist may use a variety of techniques, such as active listening, empathy-building exercises, and problem-solving strategies, to help partners improve their communication and develop a deeper understanding of each other's needs and perspectives.

Couples therapy can be beneficial for couples experiencing a wide range of issues, including: communication problems, conflicts over parenting, financial stress, infidelity, and sexual difficulties. The therapy can be short-term or long-term, depending on the specific needs of the couple, and may involve individual sessions as well as joint sessions.


Children's counseling is a type of therapy designed to help children and adolescents overcome a range of emotional, behavioral, and mental health problems. The goal of children's counseling is to provide a safe and supportive environment where children can express their feelings, learn coping skills, and develop strategies for managing their emotions and behaviors.

Your child's therapist may use a variety of techniques and approaches, such as play therapy, art therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, or family therapy, depending on the child's age, developmental level, and specific needs.

During counseling sessions, the therapist may use toys, games, and other activities to engage the child and help them express their thoughts and feelings. The therapist may also work with the family or caregivers to address any underlying issues or concerns that may be contributing to the child's problems.

Children's counseling can help children and adolescents with a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, grief and loss, behavioral problems, and family conflicts. The therapist will work collaboratively with the child and their family to set goals, track progress, and adjust the treatment plan as necessary.

Overall, children's counseling provides a safe and supportive environment where children can express their feelings, learn coping skills, and develop strategies for managing their emotions and behaviors. It can help children and adolescents build resilience, improve their self-esteem, and develop the skills they need to navigate the challenges of childhood and adolescence.



Mindfulness is the practice of bringing one's attention to the present moment in a non-judgmental and accepting way. In mindfulness-based counseling, your therapist helps you develop a greater awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations, and learn to accept and manage them in a more adaptive way.

Mindfulness-based counseling may use a variety of mindfulness practices, such as meditation, breathing exercises, or body scan techniques, to help you cultivate present-moment awareness and develop a greater sense of calm and well-being. The therapist may also integrate cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or other evidence-based techniques into the treatment process to address specific mental health concerns.

Mindfulness-based counseling can be effective in helping manage a wide range of mental health concerns, including anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma. It can also be beneficial for individuals who are looking to improve their overall well-being, develop greater self-awareness, and enhance their relationships.
improve their overall well-being.



We provide teleheatlh counseling services for those who are traveling for work, can't make it to appointments in the office for other physical/health reasons or who require the flexibility that a telehealth session allows.

Our telehealth services are provided through a HIPAA compliant and encrypted platform to ensure our client's confidentiality.



Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a form of psychotherapy that combines elements of several established therapeutic approaches, including CBT, EMDR, Gestalt, Narrative Therapy as well as relaxation and guided imagery.

ART is designed to help individuals with a wide range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress (PTSD), and other trauma-related disorders. The therapy typically involves a series of structured sessions that use guided imagery, eye movements, and other techniques to help individuals process and resolve painful memories and negative emotions.

While using eye movements as in EMDR, ART is distinct from EMDR in that it places more emphasis on the use of positive visualization and cognitive restructuring to help individuals create new, more positive narratives about their experiences.

"Keep the knowledge, lose the pain."
Clients typically see a significant reduction of their symptoms in 1-3 sessions.

SĀF-T Training
Sensory Awareness Focus Technique


SĀF-T focuses on moving sensations in the body. Motivation of the participant is key to its success. This technique is designed to produce a calming effect and can be safely used with adults and children. It does not involve medication or hypnosis. The goal is to alleviate negative sensations associated with anxiety, physical discomfort and relief of some pain symptoms.
SĀF-T is not therapy although it utilizes eye movements similar to those used during a therapy session.
SĀF-T is appropriate for, but not limited to:
Clergy, Parents, Teachers, Coaches, Couples, College Students, Business and Sports Professionals, First Responders, Hypnotherapists, Massage Therapists, Medical Personnel and
Crisis Response Teams, as well as anyone who would benefit from improved stress management.

Training is conducted by Sarah Falk LCSW, Master ART Practitioner and Trainer. It can be offered at your worksite.


Spiritual counseling is a form of counseling that focuses on exploring and supporting one's spiritual beliefs and practices. It is meant to help you understand your spiritual experiences, integrate spiritual beliefs into your daily life, and find meaning and purpose in life. The aim of spiritual counseling is to help you connect with your inner self, develop a sense of inner peace, and find a deeper connection to God.

In spiritual counseling, the counselor may use a variety of techniques and approaches, depending on your beliefs and needs. These may include prayer, meditation, visualization, ritual, or other spiritual practices. The counselor may also help you explore and examine your spiritual beliefs and values, and how they relate to your mental and emotional well-being.

The counseling sessions may include discussions of topics such as: finding purpose and meaning in life, dealing with grief and loss, forgiveness, healing, and personal growth. The counselor may also help you explore and address any conflicts or challenges that arise in your spiritual journey.

Overall, spiritual counseling is a holistic approach to counseling that recognizes the important role of spirituality in an individual's mental and emotional well-being. It provides a safe and supportive space for you to explore you spiritual journey and connect with your inner self



Trauma-informed therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on the impact of trauma on mental health and well-being. Trauma is defined as an event or experience that is emotionally distressing or overwhelming, and that has the potential to cause long-term psychological harm.

In trauma-informed therapy, your therapist takes a compassionate and collaborative approach, working with you to develop a deeper understanding of how trauma has affected your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
Your therapist may use a range of techniques and approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), accelerated resolution therapy (ART), or mindfulness-based techniques, to help manage your symptoms and to develop coping strategies.

Trauma-informed therapy can be effective in treating a wide range of mental health concerns, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. It can help build resilience, improve overall well-being, and you move towards a more fulfilling life.

Services provided are unique
to each individual client.

We start right where you are
in the moment
to provide
the best support possible
exactly when you need it.

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