The aim of Cognitive Behavioral Counseling is to help you overcome your problem by thinking, feeling, and behaving differently. In CBT, the client is the "expert" on their problems and seeks guidance on how to overcome them, and the counselor is the expert on clarifying the nature of problems and on methods to overcome them. Together, the client and counselor work together collaboratively as a team, jointly working towards overcoming the problems. It is a well-researched approach with good evidence for its efficacy.
Doug Kinnard, MA, LPC Candidate
Jessica Clark, MS, LPC Candidate
Counseling (Self-Pay Rates Only):
$65/session for First Responders
$65/session for College Students
$125/session for Marriage/Couples Counseling