We are so glad you have made the choice to start therapy and address the underlying obstacles to participate in a fulfilling and meaningful life.
We offer service to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in a warm, non- judgmental environment to impact lasting emotional, cognitive and behavioral change.
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Welcome to The Center for Counseling Solutions
We develop personalized treatment plans to address behaviors, emotions and thoughts that may interfere with relationships, school or employment, general motivation and overall emotional wellness needs. Center for Counseling Solutions or CCS was established to provide psychotherapy using evidence based clinical strategies. Through collaboration between clients and their clinician, client’s may achieve improved wellness, life balance and resolution of some of life’s most challenging situations.
Taking the first steps into positive life change is a scary and empowering experience.
Work one on one with a therapist in a confidential and compassionate environment…
Group counseling services offer participants an opportunity to develop in specific coping skills as well as relate to a group of peers…
We offer clients telehealth services as an option for psychotherapy sessions.
Art therapists are master-level clinicians who work with people of all ages across a broad spectrum of practice.
Important Information Relative To You And Your Family
Our resource section is here to provide you with accurate essential information and support to better balance and manage your emotional intelligence and mental health.
National Suicide Hotline Designation Act Signed Into Law
Original article posted October 22, 2020 Ohio Children Alliance The National Suicide Hotline Designation Act was signed into law on Saturday, October 17. This legislation will create a new 9-8-8 dialing code for suicide prevention, helping Americans who are seeking [...]
Is There a Thin Line Between Genius and Insanity?
By Craig Wright, Ph.D. The Hidden Habits of Genius Part 1: Are tales of "mad geniuses" accurate representations? Originally posted Sep 25, 2020 at Psychology Today On the night of December 23, 1888, in Arles, France, Vincent van Gogh, enraged [...]
The Important Difference Between Sadness and Depression
... and why so many get it wrong. Originally posted Oct 02, 2015 on Psychology Today By Guy Winch Ph.D. The Squeaky Wheel In my years of private practice, I’ve met many people struggling with depression who thought they were [...]