• Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy
  • The Infertility Counseling Center
  • Perinatal Loss Counseling
  • The Postpartum Counseling Center
  • Medication Management
  • Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy

  • The Infertility Counseling Center

  • Perinatal Loss Counseling

  • The Postpartum Counseling Center

  • Medication Management

Providing professional counseling and therapy for people in need.

Whether you are making important life changes, or struggling with problems beyond your control,
we provide coaching and psychotherapy to help you deal with a wide variety of life issues.

Latest Blog Posts


  • Coping Skills for the Intense Emotions of New Motherhood

    Coping Skills for the Intense Emotions of New Motherhood

    Learn how to manage emotions with DBT skills New parenthood is a transition time and of course there will be moments of stress and frustration. But for some new moms,…

  • Staff Spotlight:  Lisa Miles

    Staff Spotlight: Lisa Miles

    Lisa Miles, CNM, NP, Adult Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Certified Nurse Midwife Hometown: Born in Lancaster, South Carolina. I returned most summers as a child to visit my fathers family.…

  • Softening, Strength and HELP

    Softening, Strength and HELP

    We’ve heard the saying – yes – that “it takes a village.” We’ve also heard that, sadly, our villages are disconnected, dismantled – spiritually broken by the almighty smart phone…and…

  • Staff Spotlight:  Jen Wittes

    Staff Spotlight: Jen Wittes

    Hometown:  Los Alamitos, California Role in the practice:  Writer and editor of blog and newsletter, with a helpful background as a certified postpartum doula. Favorite Movie:  Love Actually Favorite Book:…

  • Sam’s Story:  “Garden Variety” Anxiety and Depression

    Sam’s Story: “Garden Variety” Anxiety and Depression

    Written by Sam Chadwick and modified from her personal blog We returned from our 3-month expat to Sweden at the very end of July and lived the next few months…

  • The Postpartum Doula’s Perspective

    The Postpartum Doula’s Perspective

    I am lucky to be the writer and editor for the Postpartum Counseling Center, an organization I 110% support. I support this organization wholeheartedly because I used to work as…

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