What issues do clients bring to the Center?

People seek counseling for depression, anxiety, grief, anger, marital or family conflict, past or current abuse, chronic/terminal illness, and parenting issues. Some individuals come to the Center to explore career issues, others to heal the ruptures in their mind-body-spirit connections.

Parents bring their children to the Center’s child and adolescent program, C.O.O.L., with a variety of presenting concerns including coping with divorce or the death of a loved one, chronic illness, developmental delays, separation anxiety, school phobia, poor progress in school, sibling rivalry, depression, temper tantrums, low self-esteem, behavioral disorders like ADHD, or developmental disorders like autism or Asperger’s Syndrome … life stuff!