Dale Battleson, Ph.D., LCSW, LMFT

    Both in relationships and in life, counseling serves to help someone develop a strong grounded sense of self, free to share and free to change.

Barbara A. Cole, M.S., LPC, NCC

Counseling is conversation that leads to insight that leads to change.

Michael A. Harsh, M.A., M.A., LPC

The work of therapy is reclaiming the joy and spontaneity of your real self.


Jennifer Daggett, LCSW

Therapy gives people the hope that strengthens them to take the steps needed to move forward.


Allison Polomsky, M.A., LMHP, LMFT

Choosing to take part in therapy is making the conscious decision that you want to change and you want life to be better.  You simply are choosing not to do it alone.

Ashley R. Snowdon, LMFT, LIMHP

Real growth can be frightening and uncomfortable, but the rewards are limitless.

Feather Randall, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT

Counseling provides a compassionate setting for support through life transitions - a helping hand to endure the pain of difficult life experiences and to offer us hope.

Concey Ramold, APRN-NP, PMHNP-BC

Partnering with clients holistically on their journey to healing and wellness is imperative.

Staci L. Rosche, M.D.

Mental wellness and overall wellness are undeniably intertwined.

Scott Panning, M.A., PLMHP

Come and experience the freedom to be who you are.  See what a difference that freedom can make.

Laurie Bendy, M.S., LIMHP, LMHP, LADC

Counseling can help one to face fears, work through losses and take positive steps towards healing and wholeness.

Marnie King, M.S., LIMHP, LMHP, LADC

Happiness is not found by what is happening around you, but rather what is happening within you.  Therapy can help you to achieve your purpose and recover from the past for a brighter future.

Ruth Nutting, M.A., PLMHP

Supporting you in your journey to healthy living—a state of physical, psychological, social, and spiritual well-being.